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Please Explain dis- In eAM

Discussion in 'Oracle SCM & Manufacturing' started by freakometieran, Apr 30, 2009.

  1. freakometieran

    freakometieran Active Member

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    When an asset has multiple PM schedules the software instead that the cycle and sequence order for
    implementing Work Order be universal, one could not implement a cycle 3-1 on an activity if
    another activity had not had the work order for 2-1 implemented regardless of relative dates.
    Error: "Previous Sequence Work Order Have not been either selected or implemented.
    Please check your selection." would appear.
     
  2. Sadik

    Sadik Community Moderator Forum Guru

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    hi, i am not too sure what you are saying here. However what the error is saying is that you cannot implement a later PM work order before implementing the previous one
     
  3. freakometieran

    freakometieran Active Member

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    Hi,
    I can implement an asset which holds 1 to 2 activities but cant implement an asset holding more than 2 activities. In an asset with 1 to 2 activities, i can "Select All" and implement it. Whereas in case of more than 2 activities, i cant "Select All" together, only i do is to select one by one. Please explain about dis case..
     
  4. Sadik

    Sadik Community Moderator Forum Guru

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    when you say asset holding more than 2 activities, what do you mean? Do you mean more than 2 PM Schedules?
     
  5. arshad1188

    arshad1188 Active Member

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    ASWK
    Dear Sadiq try suppression and you could achieve what your looking for.

    Regards,
    Syed