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Static V/S Dynamic plan

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Hi, 
 
I understand theoretically that Static plan runs only once and doesn't looks for changes and is creates planned order in regenerative mode. Also dynamic plan runs in net change mode but how do you differentiate in the setup and how does the system knows the difference between those 2.
 
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    Hana Xue Profile Picture
    Hana Xue Microsoft Employee on at
    Static V/S Dynamic plan
    Hi,
    The purpose of dynamic and static split is to keep the plan static until the next run, dynamic is used to make changes during the transition period. This old thread explains the difference between static and dynamic master planning. https://www.dynamicsuser.net/t/asking-about-the-difference-between-static-master-plan-and-dynamic-master-plan/47834
    You can specify these settings on the master planning parameters page.
    Best Regards,
    Hana
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    André Arnaud de Calavon Profile Picture
    André Arnaud de Cal... 283,682 Super User on at
    Static V/S Dynamic plan
    Hi,
     
    You can set up the purpose of each Master plan in the Master planning parameters. There is a setting for Current static master plan and Current dynamic master plan. That is the way how the application knows what plan to use for what purpose.

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