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System Condition in Task list Operation header

Sandesh Lad || 15 Sep 2008 7:49 am || 7

Hello Experts,

What does System condition in header data of operations in Task list signify?

Thanks in advance.


  • 19 Nov 2008 8:53 am
    It indicateds that while maintainance execution system should be in which state(i.e."not in operation" or "in operation").
  • 05 Dec 2008 9:52 am
    It is the integration between PP and PM. In the equipment master you can mainatin the PP workcenter whose capacity will get affected if there is a breakdown.

    When you use the condition for " not in operation" it eats up the time as the order tie from the capapcity of the PP workcenter.
  • 01 May 2009 7:06 pm
    Hello There that´s what i´m looking for but I´m nor sure why is not working for me, this is what I did:

    In SPRO - Under Maintenanace and Service order ---> general data ----> "Create System Conditions or Operating Conditions" --> check the box for PM Reservation.

    In the equipment Master,

    Under the Location tab, mention the PP work center and

    In the task list Header data,

    Give the system condition as "0" ie M/C not in operation.

    After all this I run the plant and generate the maintenance order but I does not affect the PP capacity.

    Later I check the Order and I find that the "0" not in operarition was nos copied from the task list to the manintenance Order.

    What I´m missing?, Why is not coping the "not in Operarion" status is not been copied form the task list to the order?.

    Please help me.

  • 28 Jan 2010 8:42 am
    If you want to get the system status copied in work order through m.plan then you have to update the system condition filed in the Task list detail icon which is located in the Task List details in the maint. item.

    Try this.

    Suresh D.S
  • 03 Aug 2010 10:29 pm

    We did maintain system condition in task list detail (operation). It is still not populating system condition in PM order from pm plan.
  • 02 Jun 2016 2:38 pm

    In tasklist header data, system condition is used to show whether it is in operation / not in operation.

    0-means "Not in Operation"

    1- means "In Operation"

  • 17 Mar 2017 1:46 am

    "key date" could be your problem.  If your work order was created prior to changing your task list, the key date of when you changed your task list will inhibit it from being carried over.  Try moving your work order dates beyond the date in which you changed the task list and then import.