Description Autoline_JaarKalenderRun parameters


The Autoline_JaarKalenderRun.exe program is used to collect the active work schedule of the mechanics from Autoline. This function overwrites the calendar of Plan-IT with the calendar from Autoline. With the use of parameters, the function can be used for several purposes.


Attention: this program must be started on the server where the ODBC is running.


Below is a description pf the parameters and when you can use which settings.


Parameter 1: This parameter is to specify wether a centralized or decentralized calendar file is used in Autoline. These are the options:


0 = Work schedule is managed per establishment in Autoline.
1 = Work schedule is managed centralized in Autoline.


Parameter 2: This parameter is to specify how much logging you want to see when the service is running. This logging can be used for debugging. There are several options:


1 = Minimal logging (only that the service is started or accidently stopped)
2 = Maximum logging (here the system will give detailed feedback what queries are used and what is the response of Autoline)


Parameter 3: This parameter is to specify what type of database name is used by Autoline. This parameter is always 0 (because this is no longer specified with a parameter value, but instead in the the ODBC connection)


Parameter 4: This parameter is to specify how many days need to be collected from Autoline. There are several possibilities. Each possibility can be used for a certain reason:


1 = Today + 2 days in the future (this could be started each morning via Windows task scheduler for example. The first 2 days in the future will then always be the same in Autoline and Plan-IT)
2 = System setting several months in advance. (This could be started each weekend via Windows task scheduler for example. The calendar in Plan-IT will then be the same as in Autoline for the next few weeks)
3 = Rest of the year. (This could be started once per month via Windows task scheduler for example. If someone would get a different work schedule in the future, it will also be correct in Plan-IT)


Parameter 5: This parameter is to specify whether a work order should be blacked out (and be included on the differences list) when the calendar is changed in such a way that the work order would not be possible with the new calendar.


0 = The option is turned on, work orders will become black when they fall outside the new work schedule and are put on the differences list.
1 = The option is turned off, work orders keep their original color and are not put on the differences list.


Parameter 6: This parameter is to specify what blocks of time are to be used. This parameter must be specified when Plan-IT Online on Time is used. Specify the size of the blocks in number of minutes. Options are 15, 30, 45, 60, 75, 90, 120, 150 minutes. When no value is specified (so 0) the length of a block from Autoline is automatically used.


Parameter 7: This parameter is to specify whether the changed calendar should also be initialized to the online module.


0 = Capacity is initialized to the online module. (This will be the default setting)
1 = Capacity is not initialized to the online module. (This option will be used when the capacity is already initialized through another task, and does not need to be initialized twice. For example, when the Maintenance.exe program is used to initialize the capacity to the online module)




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