Issues are where disorders and rejections are collected in the resource manager. A disorder should be used when something happens to an element that calls for an action before the element can be said to be completed. An example of a disorder could be a small defect  A rejection should be used when an element is deemed as possible to repair. If an element is to be scrapped, a rejection should be used. In figure 1, the issues tab is shown. The two subtabs, rejections and disorders are basically identical in layout.

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Figure 1, Issue - Rejections and Disorders

Filter options are:

  • Assigned To
  • Status
  • Factory
  • Project
  • Created Date From
  • Created Date To
  • Solution
  • Description
  • Division
  • Element Mark
  • Issue No
  • Created Date To
  • Origin

Example

In this example, we will reject and element and replan the element so that a new element is put on a cast. The origin of this rejection will be the cast table, the rejection will be made from the cast planning module, see figure 2.

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Figure 2, Cast Planning view

By right-clicking the element that is to be rejected and selecting "Reject Element...", the reject element dialogue appears, see figure 3.

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Figure 3, Reject Element dialogue

The dialogue in figure 3 contains the following fields:

  • Name
  • Assigned to
  • Deadline
  • Reason
  • Description
  • Solution
  • Issue Time
  • Issue Cost
  • Status
  • Replan
    • Cast Date
    • Cast Unit
    • Shift

To manage this rejection, enter the issues - rejections tab of the Resource Manager. From this tab, a rejection report may be printed.

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Created by Kristofer Hellman on 2019/02/21 08:16
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