2.2 Schedule Groups

You can define schedule groups then assign them to the jobs that you create. For example, you can define a schedule group then assign that schedule group to a group of jobs that are being built on a specific production line and that must be completed on a specific date for a planned departure.

You can update schedule groups. You cannot delete schedule groups that are not assigned to jobs.

Schedule groups are used to group jobs. You can assign schedule groups as you define and update jobs. For example, you can create a Week01 schedule group to identify which jobs are to be released and built during the first week of your current production cycle. Schedule group names can be up to 30 characters and must be unique within the organization.

 
 
Build Sequencing
You can sequence your discrete manufacturing production using schedule groups. You can do this by grouping discrete jobs into schedule groups then sequencing jobs within these groups.

Schedule Groups
You can define schedule groups then assign them to the jobs that you create. For example, you can define a schedule group then assign that schedule group to a group of jobs that are being built on a specific production line and that must be completed on a specific date for a planned departure.

Build Sequence
You can sequence jobs within a schedule group. For example, you can use sequences to prioritize, by customer, all jobs on a specific production line. Similarly, you can use sequences to insure that jobs are built in reverse departure order thus facilitating truck loading.

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Oracle Cloud/Fusion Procurement training will help you develop the fundamental skills required to set up and use the Procurement module. This training covers all the tasks, setups, forms and reports used in Procurement and related modules