Reschedule a Work Order Operation by Schedule Number
This instruction explains how to reschedule operations according to their schedule numbers. A schedule number is often a project
code representing a real project, a shutdown or some other major maintenance event.
Use this instruction when operations should be rescheduled by schedule number due to the fact that they, for whatever reason,
cannot be performed on the original planned date.
The operation is rescheduled on another date.
The job can be performed on the new planned date.
Information about the scheduling is stored in the following files:
Work order scheduling (MMO130)
Sorting order (MMO13000).
Before you start
The starting conditions listed in Starting Work Order Operations must be met.
Work order operations must exist in 'Work Order. Open Line' (MOS101).
Parameter 40 in 'Work Order Type. Open' (MOS120) should be set to '2'. This will copy the reference order field to the schedule field when the WO request is released. The
reference order number is normally used for managing large tasks, such as projects and overhaul work.
A view must be created which sorts the order of the operations into the order in which the system should schedule them. For
example, if you want them by start date, then the panel sequence must have start date as the primary sort, if you want order
type and then priority, then these must be sort criteria 10 and 20, etc.
Follow These Steps
Start 'Work Schedule. Open' (MOS130/B) and select sorting order 8='Sequence number'.
Select an appropriately sorted view.
Press F18 and enter a start date and time to reschedule the operations.
The operations will be rescheduled according to the view.