The Target Processing Time is the Target Time per Unit x Target Quantity. What if the Target Time per Unit is not specified? Can it be calculcated using the Target Machine Cicle Time?
According to the filter “isPlannable”, an operation is plannable if the operation phase is RELEASED or DISPATCHED. What about operation blocks? Will the entire block be planned? Or only the first/leading operation?
The description of the filter “endDate” says “The start date of an operation is either the actual start date or the planned start date or the scheduled start date depending on the operation phase”. Doesn’t this collide with the fact that ...
The filter “workplaceNumber” shows the number of the workplace at which the operation is the phases SETUP, PROCESSING, COMPLETED and CLOSED. What about operations in the phase DISPATCHED?
Is the entry “updatePlanningResult” only for operations that are plannable or are “unplannable” operations included? Technically it makes sense to have it only for plannable. If so, which operation phases does it involve?
The property “split” is the number of an operation split. What if there are no splits? Is there a number for this case or will it be empty? Same goes for “sequenceNumer”, what if there is no sequence?
Some ERP systems (e.g. SAP) allow suboperations. Are suboperations supported in the API?
The property “isWorkingShift” indicates a working shift. What is a working shift? Do you mean a shift where people actually work? This inplicates that there is a “non-working shift”. Is there such a thing?
The property “skillLevel” is about the skill of an employee expressed as a number between 0 and 1, i.e. 0% and 100%. Why is the range between 0 and 1 and not expressed as a percentage right away? Wouldn’t it ...
There is the property “id” (for example in Operations). Other places like Operating State have the additional property “code”. What is the difference between “id” and “code”? Why do I need a “code” (given that it is a unique label) ...