Split and results


The relationship between the operational split and result (operational status) will behave as follows:

1. Split appointing method and status for the non-split operation

There is the occasion that the split is specified against non-split operation in terms of Item, Master Use Instructions, Resources and Operation. In addition, there are status conditions that are referred to such operation. Depending on these things, the operational split will behave as follows:


Split operation root statusSplit settings
OperationItemMaster use instructionResource
ScheduledSplitSplitSplitSplit
ReleasedNot splitNot splitNot splitNot split
FrozenNot splitNot splitNot splitNot split
StartedSplitNot splitNot splitNot split
CompletedNot splitNot splitNot splitNot split

2. Split appointing method and status for the split operation

There is the occasion that the split is specified against non-split operation in terms of Item, Master Use Instructions, Resources and Operation. In addition, there are status conditions that are referred to such operation. Depending on these things, the operational split will behave as follows:

Split operation root statusSplit settings
OperationItemMaster use instructionResource
ScheduledRe-splitRe-splitRe-splitRe-split
ReleasedNot re-splitNot re-splitNot re-splitNot re-split
FrozenNot re-splitNot re-splitNot re-splitNot re-split
StartedRe-splitRe-splitRe-splitRe-split
CompletedNot re-splitNot re-splitNot re-splitNot re-split

However, "Already undertaken" will relies on the status for split child operation, and the way the quantity changes will differ depending on the split (re-split occurs.)

The quantity will change due to the split (re-split occurs)

Split operation root statusSplit settings
OperationItemMaster use instructionResource
ScheduledChangeSplitSplitSplit
ReleasedNo changeNo changeNo changeNo change
FrozenNo changeNo changeNo changeNo change
StartedChangeNo changeNo changeNo change
CompletedNo changeNo changeNo changeNo change

In addition, in case of the completed operation, if the user specifies the result quantity for the parent operation or the divided operation, the production quantity of the divided operation for which the result quantity was not specified will vary. Please refer to the example below, "when a result quantity different from the planned quantity is appointed for the split route operation".



Split example

Suppose that "5" is specified as "Operation Lot Size MAX" for Operation
while "Yes (incorporates the result)" is specified as "Matching with the Previous Quantity"
for Operation.

A. When the resulting quantity which is larger than the planned quantity is specified for split child operation

(A1)
The quantity for the completed split child operation will be 6, by matching with the resulting quantity. The quantity for the planned split child operation will be 4, by matching with the quantity for the split route operation. This is so because "Yes (incorporates the result)" is specified for "Matching with the Previous Quantity."




(A2)
The quantity for the completed split child operation will be 6, by matching with the resulting quantity. "Yes (consider results)" is specified for "Match original quantity" On the one hand, the quantity for the split operation will remain unchanged as the status is already undertaken. Therefore, the quantity for the split route operation will be 11. (The quantity is reduced when "Yes (consider results)" is specified for "Match original quantity".This is because the operation is already planned.)




(A3)
The quantity for the completed split child operation will be 10 by matching with the resulting quantity. "Yes (consider results)" is specified for "Match original quantity". The planned split child operation will be reduced, by matching with the quantity for the split route operation.




B. When a result quantity different from the planned quantity is appointed for the split route operation

(B1)
The resulting quantity for the split route operation is 15, and both split child operation are completed. The split operation where the quantity is 4 has been generated after rescheduling is done (order development).




(B2)
The resulting quantity for the split route operation is 8, and both split child operation are completed. The split operation where the quantity is 3 has been generated after rescheduling is done (order development).



Split operations and recursive results

In the case where operations have been split and you have used the Result recursive flag the results of the pegged operations will be recursive.
When multiple split operations have been pegged then at the time the recursive results are set they are all in a state where those pegged operations have completed, the status will be changed according to the recursive results.

(Example)
As shown below, there is an order with split operations. Recursive results are set for the red operation.


When we do this the previous operations pegged to the red operation are set to complete by recursion. However, the yellow operation at the start does not have its status changed because recursive results have not been set for the other split operations.


When we set the recursive results for the green operation on the other side then, as shown below, the previous operations are set to complete recursively. Even the yellow operation at the start is set to complete because operations on both sides are set to recursive results.



See here for details on split operations.

See here for details on results.



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