Visual Advanced Production Scheduler (VAPS) for Dynamics 365 Business Central
- Release and version status
- Installing the VAPS
- Look and feel of the visual schedule
- The view color modes
- Setting up the VAPS
- Integrating with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
- Finite Capacity Scheduling Instruments
- Day-to-day use cases
- Coding tips (for partners)
- API Events VAPS
Visual Production Scheduler (VPS) for Dynamics 365 Business Central
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The Resource View
The Resource View shows resource groups and their respective resources thus visualizing capacity bottlenecks and date conflicts
Elements and symbols in the Resource View
A calendar in the background of the Gantt chart shows weekends in grey, working times in white.
Absences of employees that are linked to resources are visualized in a light pink in the calendar and by a corresponding capacity curve.
Each job task is represented by a bar, the color of the job planning line bars depending on the job's category. The Job categories are indicated as follows:
A red frame indicates changes having not been saved yet, the orange frame highlights the currently marked task.
Within a resource group, resources are sorted in ascending alphabetical order.
In the VJS, you can show a capacity curve in the Resource View to see free and exceeded capacities, a red box indicating an overload:
With the help of the creation mode, planners can interactively allocate a job task to a resource by dragging it from the list to the chart.
Find detailed information about the creation mode here.