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One reference is possible to produce in several lines/stations.

L1,L2 or L3 and depending the first station the next one should be P1 or P2.

L1 and L2 go to P1 and L3 just to P2. It means that depending the availability of the first station the system will propose to produce in L1,L2 or L3, if L1or L2 is selected next resource only can be P1 and if system select L3 just can go to P2. In summary, the system has to select the following resource depending on what was previously selected resource.
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One suggestion to add to this - one of the failures of D365 with production resources is Capabilities.
If you have more than 1 production warehouse and a list of resources from both warehouses within that same Capability, D365 will select across all of those resources during scheduling regardless of which warehouse the production order is assigned to. This causes errors on RAF and issues with warehouse work if the scheduler is not careful - or if they don't manually assign a resource to each operation prior to scheduling.

So one additional check - the code should verify the warehouse the resource is assigned to and match it to the warehouse on the inventory dimensions of the production order.

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There have been quite a few of similar scenarios, the key element is to introduce a resource requirement constraint that ensures that all / a sequence of operations is scheduled to the resources of the same line / physical location. One way would be to start with the first operation and inherit the resource group to the other operations. Another option would be to start with the bottleneck resources and inherit to the other operations from there.

Category: Planning