Ver.12.0.3 Improved message window Error locations are now easier to find
When the scheduling parameters are executed, messages are output in the same hierarchical structure as the scheduling parameters.
Moreover, if errors, such as improper assignment within the schedule period, occur when the scheduling parameters are executed, the number of errors and the number of warnings are added in text form to the messages issued while the scheduling parameters are executed, and if the number of errors is 1 or more, “Level” changes to “Error” and the icon changes.
Example when error occurs
Example when no error occurs
The “Assignment Count” is the number of times an operation has been assigned. When an operation is assigned once, then unassigned, and then assigned again, it is counted as 2.
The log output function for investigating the cause of assignment failure has also been enhanced.
If, when performing assignment to a given resource candidate, assignment could not be done within the assignment period, the count of causes of failure during tentative assignment is displayed.
Moreover, if the assignment direction is forward, the EST serving as the starting point for searching for the assigned position is output, and if the assignment direction is backward, the LET serving as the starting point for searching for the assigned position is output.
This makes it easy to find out why an assignment failed and which setting needs to be checked.
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