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CRP Question

prumschlag

Active Member
Any Capacity Planning geniuses out there?

We are just starting to investigate CRP and have a question. In file F3313,
what is the CRCQT field (Capacity Type). The useage appears to be hard coded in
the programs, with values from 10 to 90. But I am not sure what it means. I
think it might be related to UDC 33/RR, but that table only defines 10 - 50. Am
I on the right track? How would I know what 60 - 90 mean?

TIA.
Phil
 
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Phil,

You're on the right track. The code defines the "type" of capacity data, in other words, which row on the display. There are 4 UDC tables that contain this data. In addition to 33/RR, there are RC, MM, and CR, each used for a different Mode of capacity planning. If you look at the other UDCs, you'll see the other definitions.

Tim Lyons
Computer Results Company
336-808-3415
 

prumschlag

Active Member
Thanks, Tim.

While I have your attention, it appears that if I run CRP Generation for one
plant ('C'), then run a second job for another plant ('H'), that the second run
destroys the results of the first run. Has that been your experience? If so,
how can I get set up for Capacity Planning for more than one plant?

Phil
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tim_lyons <tim_lyons@computeresults.com> on 04/18/2001 12:42:21 PM

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Phil,

You're on the right track. The code defines the "type" of capacity data, in
other words, which row on the display. There are 4 UDC tables that contain this
data. In addition to 33/RR, there are RC, MM, and CR, each used for a different
Mode of capacity planning. If you look at the other UDCs, you'll see the other
definitions.

Tim Lyons
Computer Results Company
336-808-3415
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prumschlag

Active Member
JDE Support got me a quick answer on this (imagine that!). ***** Kudos to
Garrett Albrook *****

For anyone who cares, the answer is: When you run the CRP Gen, you need to
specify the B/P both in Processing Option 5 _AND_ in the Selection Parameters.

Phil









prumschlag <prumschlag@phdinc.com> on 04/18/2001 04:38:33 PM

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Thanks, Tim.

While I have your attention, it appears that if I run CRP Generation for one
plant ('C'), then run a second job for another plant ('H'), that the second run
destroys the results of the first run. Has that been your experience? If so,
how can I get set up for Capacity Planning for more than one plant?

Phil
JDE World A7.3 Cum 8









tim_lyons <tim_lyons@computeresults.com> on 04/18/2001 12:42:21 PM

Please respond to jdeworld@jdelist.com








To: jdeworldml@jdelist.com

cc: (bcc: Phil Rumschlag/PHD)



Subject: Re: CRP Question








Phil,

You're on the right track. The code defines the "type" of capacity data, in
other words, which row on the display. There are 4 UDC tables that contain this
data. In addition to 33/RR, there are RC, MM, and CR, each used for a different
Mode of capacity planning. If you look at the other UDCs, you'll see the other
definitions.

Tim Lyons
Computer Results Company
336-808-3415
--------------------------
Visit the forum to view this thread at:
http://198.144.193.139/cgi-bin/wwwthreads/showflat.pl?Cat=&Board=W&Number=9339



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