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I want to schedule manufacturing of products so, that when I start a manufacturing order, it will automatically be manufactured after a set time.
I have configured work centers and working times (resources), but when I create a new manufacturing order, it is never finished. I have tested this with various cycle times.
Am I doing something wrong or am I missing some setting?
To put this into context, I am building an Odoo server for a company that manufactures doors and windows.
As an example, a window would take 48 hours to manufacture. I want this window to be completed automatically 48 hours after I've started the manufacturing process. Is this possible?
If it matters I am running Odoo 8 on Debian 8.
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|Asked: 8/4/15, 4:47 AM|
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|Last updated: 8/7/15, 12:14 PM|