I don't understand the logic of the worker assignement on the workplaces.
In my little model below, I've 10 workplaces available. I need 3 workers for process the entity.
During the process on my singleproc, the workplaces occupied are 7, 8 and 9. (see below)
The question is : why this workplaces ?
So if I look the associated workplaces on the singleproc, it's not starting from the 7,8 or 9... So why this order ? Where do I define this order ?
Thanks in advance !!!
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it seems to be that the workplaces are occupied in the reverse sequence of creation.
The sequence is shown by the context menu of the SingleProc_Task: View > Associated Workplaces (See the right side of your picture).
I believe that your picture shows an intermediate state of the simulation.
In other words, does your picture show the first MU on SingleProc_Task?
Your last question is very interesting. Sorry, I do not have an idea.
After this post I found that it what in the reverse order of the associated workplaces list, but I had no clue that it was the creation sequence of the objetcs in the model.
Yes, it is the first MU on the workplace. Why ? Is the workplaces allocation cyclic ?
if you want to define the workplaces then you need to define special Supported Services for the workplaces. Another possibility does not exist.
I must correct myself: The workplaces are occupied in the reverse sequence of registration of workplaces in the SingleProc.
It is the sequence of the context menu of the workplace: View > Associated Workplaces.
That explains the occupation of workplaces, which is shown in your picture.