The same functionality of Test Order Scheduling is also available in manufacturing inspection, except the test activities can be set up to start at the beginning, in parallel, or at the end of the operation. This set up is defined in the Test Order Relevance field in the Routing lines. The options are:
Start – The Test Order begins with the starting of the Operation and will be executed independently.
Ending – The Test Order begins with the Ending (Date/Time) of the Operation and will be executed independently.
Process – The Test Order accompanies the Operation or the Operation is created for the testing process:
- Test Order Starting Date-Time and Ending Date-Time must concur with the Starting Date-Time and Ending Date-Time of the operation. When the Test Order Activity times are calculated, these values are copied to the Test Order Activity.
- Refresh Prod. Order must recalculate the related Test Order.
The Test Plan Setup for the routing operation has three test properties: two are assigned on the first Test Property Set and one on the second Test Property Set.
After creation of the Test Order, the Starting and Ending dates/times are calculated based on the Source Type and the duration in the Test Order Activities.
The Starting Date-Time for a Prod. Order Routing Line is determined as described above. If Test Order Relevance = Process is used, the Ending Date-Time is determined from the Ending Date-Time of the Prod. Order Routing.
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