Do you have finite capacity turned on?
--- In email@example.com, "Kerry_Muntz" <kerry_muntz@...> wrote:
> This might sound a little naive, but wouldn't you just raise a second
> job, and make it to the first job? that way you still have your
> original job, and you've got a relatively clean link to a 'better
> job' for the remainder of the work required. I can see it would be
> painful if you have a lot of jobs. All the best.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Steven Gotschall <sgotschall@>
> > I wouldn't say that it is broken, its just the way it is.Â Once a
> job is created, it's method, including operations and the resources
> attached to them are fixed and must be manually updated if you what
> to change anything.Â That said, I see your point and it would be nice
> to have an operation you could run to update the resources on all
> jobs.Â I'm sure Epicor could custom design one for you for $10k.
> > ________________________________
> > From: brucewbrannan <bruce.brannan@>
> > To: email@example.com
> > Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2008 10:23:05 AM
> > Subject: [Vantage] Vantage 8 - Does Scheduling Even Work?
> > I've contacted Tech Support with an issue and their response leads
> > to believe part of the Scheduling functionality is broken. I'll
> > share the scenario and would love some responses. Here it is:
> > Let's say we have 100 jobs in the system, all scheduled and ready
> > go. Let's also assume we have an operation called Cutting, a
> > Resource Group called Cutting Machines and two resources called
> > Cutting Machine 1 and Cutting Machine 2, and let's assume that each
> > job uses the Cutting Operation several times (like Op 10, 40, 60,
> > etc.). Suppose we buy 10 new cutting machines tomorrow and that I
> > add the 10 new machines to my Cutting Machines resources (now I
> > 12).
> > Now that the Resource Group has been updated you'd think Vantage
> > would incorporate these new machines as available capacity (it does
> > but only for NEW jobs). If I do a Global Schedule to reschedule all
> > the jobs they will NOT update with the new resource count. The only
> > way to refresh the resources on previously scheduled jobs is to
> > each job, remove the operation, and then add it back. That's a
> > task and what if you already have some time charged to those
> > operations? See where I'm going here?
> > I'd like to know how others handle this issue.
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