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WPS Debug - How to Generate and Retrieve Log files and File Versions for Debugging Manufacturing Scheduling (Doc ID 303548.1)

Last updated on MAY 18, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Manufacturing Scheduling - Version 11.5.9 to 12.1.1 [Release 11.5 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevancy 16-May-2013***


Goal

WPS Debug - How to Generate and Retrieve Log Files and File Versions for Debugging Manufacturing Scheduling


For the WPS and WIP Job Scheduling and Resource Workbenches - 11.5.10 (and R12.1 for 11i customers) - replaced by Production Scheduling in 12.1 for all new customers and removed from the applications in 12.2
The WPS application is licensed separately and deploys the constrained logic used for scheduling in the WPS Job Scheduling Workbench - WPSWKBCH.fmb - and the WPS Resource Scheduling Workbench - WPSRSCWB.fmb.

In 11.5.10, a new Job Scheduling Workbench - WIPZJBWB.fmb - and Resource Scheduling Workbench - WIPZRSWB.fmb - have been introduced. They use the same technology for displaying the data as the WPS workbench.
BUT this workbench schedules with infinite capacity and is NOT constrained like the WPS application.

For debugging java and display issues in the WIP workbenches, See the UI Errors section below.

Solution

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