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I have a situation, where my work order can have 3 to 4 work orders which are associated with each other. It will not be only one work order that I can do parent child relationship. I want that if word order a is associated with b and c, then from c i should know that this work order has 2 other associated work order.
Is there some cool way to do this?
You can achieve your request by the next steps.
If this helped you, I'd appreciate it if you'd mark this as a Verified Answer, which may in turn help others as well.
If you are not happy with a parent/child relationship, what about using connections and displaying them directly on the form?
I want them to be performed in a particular sequence. Like A need to be scheduled before B, B need to be Scheduled before C.
So Connection do show me that they are connected to each other. But how do I fix that A need to be scheduled first, Do I make a custom field of sequence on Connected Entity. Which will have sequence in which wor order to be scheduled??
Whats the best way to do that.
Because if i create a custom field then it would be like while booking put a plugin and extract connection of wo, and then of each work order extract first booking and compare. Big process.
Any ideas to shorten the process.
Ah, now that is a different story. There is no OOTB solution, so when you configure something I would use requirement dependencies as a starting point (docs.microsoft.com/.../rso-requirement-dependency ) and configure your work orders in a similar way. Even though the current capabilities of RSO and the Schedule Board may not be sufficient for your use case, you would be in line with future Microsoft development.
Nice to have this functionality, but seems I have to do backend Customization.
As theory states: Requirement dependencies are not considered by the schedule assistant or when manually scheduling via the schedule board.
I might need to create a new custom entity to find build something like this. Thank you for this.
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