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RE:[sap-log-pm] Required Start Date in Notification

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Reply from tomevans866 on Jul 24 at 9:28 AM
As Oluwagbermi points out, there are several factors in play here.
1. One possible answer is that 12/08/2017 is not a work day in the calendar used by the Maintenance Work Center.
2. What is the duration of the tasks in the Maint Plan? Will it take more than 1 day to complete them? The schedule is to complete the tasks by the due date. The questions from Wagoss56 are based on this concept.
3. I know in older versions of SAP that 1 month equaled 30 days. To ensure the correct day of the month, we used Key Date, instead of Time.

With the Tolerance of 0%, the plan will reschedule the 2nd cycle based on whenever the 1st cycle is confirmed (whether 10/08/2017, 12/08/2017, 13/082017, etc.) While it was interesting to determine why the schedule seemed off a couple days, operationally it worked fine. If you need it to always be on the 12th of the month, use Key Date.


---------------Original Message---------------
From: Vikas Gupta
Sent: Friday, July 14, 2017 4:20 AM
Subject: Required Start Date in Notification

Hi Friends,

My query is with regards to the Required Start Date field in notification.
Scenario is like this: There is a maintenance plan with priority 1 (Very high). I am creating a notification through Maintenance Plan, that means the call object is a notification. When I schedule the maintenance plan, the cycle is 1 month. Current date is 13/07/2017. The first plan date is appearing as 12/08/2017 in IP10. But when I save the call, in the notification the Required Start Date is appearing as 10/08/2017. The call horizon is 0%. Tolerance is also 0%. Why the Reqd Start date is 10/08/2017? As per my understanding, it should be same as Plan date, i.e. 12/08/2017.
This is the SPRO setting for priority 1.
Prty Pr Pr type Rel str Rel end Priority text SDUn EDUn
SM 1 Service Priorities (Blank) 4 Very high H H

Thanks in Advance,

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