Hello, dear Community,
thank you very much for the great help so far.
In the final stage, I have to set up the time values according to given data.
I have the "Rüstzeit" (machine set-up time) and the "Bearbeitungszeit" (processing time) for each MU and their
user-defined attribute, type integer in the MU class object, "PlatzImArbeitsplan" (work process stage), also as a string in a subtable in "Arbeitsplan " (top-level table in root network).
I cannot access these time values from the stations, getting error messages.
Do you have a hint for me what I am doing wrong here?
It seems that the machine does not "see" that the subtable is a table;
giving out the error warning "a table is required" and then after pressing "ok"
deleting the rest of the address I put in.
The full reference path I used so far is called:
Groblayout being my root network, and Arbeitsplan the top layer table inside.
MaybeIi am missing a dot between the 2 . ?
Also, the "PositionImArbeitsplatz" is only a string in the table, but I have it as user-defined attribute integer
in my MUs, might this be a source of trouble?
Thank you very much in advance.
above: the station/times tab, where I want to enter the time values.
this is the error warning showing that I have used the wrong address here.
Below: the user-defined attributes that are set up and used by the exit strategies
in my production line, using the "PositionImArbeitsprozess" to distribute MUs to the next station.
This is the top level table containing the MU specific sub-tables.
this is the sub level table with the time values I want to access, in columns 3 and 4.
this is the remaining address after the error warning occurred.
Solved! Go to Solution.
Looking at your model, I've noticed 2 issues
1. you are using absolute paths for referencing tables from the subframes
in the root frame.
Instead of drag&dropping / using .LO.N.Groblayout.Arbeitsplan
Then you do not have to care about renaming the reference paths when renaming the root frame.
the Processing / set up time table, you are referencing, is a sub table (wrapped in a table).
To use it as process table , I guess, it shouldn't be a sub table but a standalone table with this format