Ali 12 Questions 8 Answers 3 Best Answers 77 Points View Profile 0 Ali Member Asked: December 12, 2018In: Uncategorized updatePlanningResult: Plannable and Unplannable? 0 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? Share Facebook 1 Answer Voted Oldest Recent Alexander 2 Questions 94 Answers 15 Best Answers 621 Points View Profile Alexander Expert Added an answer on 12/22/2018 at 3:34 am Operations are plannable if they have not yet been started and have not been dispatched in a fixed state. This can only be the case in the operation phases RELEASED and DISPATCHED. All operations can be planned in the operation phase RELEASED. In the operation phase DISPATCHED, only operations that have not been dispatched in a fixed state can be planned. However, when updating the planning result, operations that have been dispatched as fixed can also be written back. If, for example, an operation was dispatched fixed to yesterday’s date but has not yet been started, then this operation must still be executed. This means in particular that this operation will occupy resources in the future, which must be taken into account in the planning result. The operation therefore occurs in the planning result written back. It cannot be dispatched to another workplace, but must be moved to the future. 0 Reply Leave an answerCancel replyYou must login or register to add a new answer.