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    Static and Dynamic Scheduling Problems/Availability Checking

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    1. What are the implications of not allocating material in a shop order after availability checking?
    2. Provide some examples of static and dynamic scheduling problems.

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    The implications of not allocating material in a shop order after availability checking are big. If you have a customer that places an order, you would call to make sure you have material on hand to fill it and if the shop's answer is yes, then the order goes in. It the shop does not allocate material to this order, and the order can't be filled because the shop made an error in inventory, or gave the product to another customer, or was sloppy it is very bad. You have to go back to the customer and explain to them that you cannot fill the order in the time period you had stated. It is you that looks bad because you are the contact with the customer and you had earlier promised ...

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    This detailed solution outlines the implications of not allocating material in a shop order after availability checking. It also provides a link and examples of static and dynamic scheduling problems.

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