I believe that you have to look at the items accumulative lead time setting. If you do not have the item's operational run time as part of the calculation and then you launch a shop order and backwards schedule the item than you'll always have a start date prior to the release date of the finished good.

Dan Sweeney PHOENIX Business Consulting Cell 860-490-6712


From: on behalf of Don Cavaiani
Sent: Mon 4/6/2009 4:57 PM
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Subject: [BPCS-L] Shop order release and the associated dates

The message below is from one of my plant managers. Can anyone give a quick answer?

Job 868090 for quantity 63 shows it should be released by 4/13. Barb did this release the end of last week and operation 10 for welding on the robot prints an actual start date of 4/8. It would seem we should not have a start date before a release date.

Don F. Cavaiani
IT Manager
Amerequip Corp.

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