to backward schedule into

18:21 Apr 14, 2008
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English term or phrase: to backward schedule into
To backward-schedule a sales order into a production order
Beatrice Hercend
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4ordonnance en amont
raj_gup
4faire du jalonnement aval pour
Armen Ayvazyan


  

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faire du jalonnement aval pour


Explanation:
Backword-scheduling est une technique de planification ou l'on connait la date du debut mais on ignore la totalité du temps d'exécution et on en fait le calcul à partir du temps nécessaire pour l'exécution de chaque opération faisant partie du processus total. Cette technique ce traduit en français par le terme « Jalonnement aval ».

Bonne chance.

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Note added at 2 hrs (2008-04-14 21:14:51 GMT)
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Non, le terme forward scheduling se traduit par « jalonnement amont », il s'agit de la perspective pour la date du début.

Armen Ayvazyan
Native speaker of: Native in ArmenianArmenian, Native in RussianRussian
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Asker: non, je pense que ce que vous décrivez c'est pour "forward"

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ordonnance en amont


Explanation:
SAP terminology:
'Backward Scheduling' = Ordonnancement amont
'Forward Scheduling' = Ordonnancement aval

Alors, 'to backward schedule' = ordonnance en amont

hope this helps.


    Reference: http://www.sap.com/france/solutions/business-suite/scm/pdf/i...
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