This video demonstrates the Preferred Sequencing Rule withing Opcenter (formerly Preactor) Advanced Scheduling. The Preferred Sequence rule is an event-based sequencing rule that attempts to maximize utilization of resource capacity while also grouping together similar operations according to a hierarchy of attributes.
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