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I got a familiar error "Not enough Capacity could be found" when running Master Scheduling.
I've analyzed and seem because it takes >=100 days production to fulfill the requirement.
All setting related time fence already set to 365 (Master Plan Setup, Coverage Group Setup, Item Coverage)
And already check also suggestion from this article https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/axmfg/2013/01/24/production-order-could-not-be-scheduled-not-enough-capacity-could-be-found-how-to-get-to-the-bottom-of-this/
But the error still came out.
For your information. this is the example :
Run time = 50 pcs / hour
working time = 24 hour (7 days a week)
requirement = 120000, system will show error because it take 100 days capacity
if you change requirement to = 119999, master scheduling will run smoothly, because only need 99 days
Is there any setup that I missed?
Sorry, very late. Just stumbled across this whilst searching for something else.
There is a parameter in Production control parameters called Maximum job lead time. I think that you cannot schedule any production order that will run for longer than this parameter. It just so happens that the default is 100 days.
Hope this helps someone!
Hi , There might be another reason of exhausting production calendar . Check Organisation administration > Calendars also check work time tab as well . It should contain dates beyond 100 days of your desired production schedule.
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