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Old 15th October 2002, 19:19
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Planning Signals look ate Date AND Time (Baan5.0b)

I have 2 production orders - one subassembly and one finished good (which will consume the subassembly)

The 2 production orders have the following finish dates:
subassembly = 10/22 at 10:22am
finished good = 10/22 at 8:48am

I then generate signals, and the system is telling me I have negative inventory, because my subassembly will be built an hour and a half after the finished good. In reality, we dont look at time when building order, only date, so we are going to be fine in production.

I have many subassembly/finished good orders in this situation, and Im getting a negative inventory signal on each. Technically, it is correct in giving me a signal, but we do not build our orders to a specific time- only to a date. Is there any way to have signals ignore the time on an order and only look at date?
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