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General Exception Definitions Settings

The General Exception Definitions Settings article describes how to create periodic scheduling exceptions definitions. This is used when scheduling an exception that runs across all work centers and groups.

Open General Exceptions

Open General Exceptions
  1. Click on icon to open the General Exception Settings Definitions

Add New, Edit, or Delete and Exception

Add New, Edit, or Delete and Exception
  1. If no exception have been entered, click "Add New"
  2. Click Edit to change an exception
  3. Click Delete, to remove an exception

Define the Exception

Define the Exception
  1. Use the scheduling dialogue, schedule a one time or recurring event. I.e. a holiday, plant shut down, or other.
  2. Click save, will save the exception and apply it to the capacity schedule.

Example

Example

The example above schedules the July 4th Holiday as a non working day.

Result of Exception

Result of Exception

As shown above, the July 4th exception is removed from the schedule in order to treat it as a non-working day.

Exception Rules

As stated, there are General Exception Definitions and Capacity Exception Definitions. Capacity exceptions always overwrite the General exceptions. For example, if you have a holiday scheduled and will be working a holiday for some reason, the capacity exception will overwrite the general holiday exception for this one instance.

Within the same type of definitions the latest one always overwrites the previous ones.

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