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Define activities (processes) to be performed as part of a process plan and their characteristics .

An activity is a certain work that is executed during the production process. For example in the clothing industry, examples of activities for the production of shirts could be cutting of fabrics, dying of fabrics, sewing of the shirts.


Create activities to be used in the production process.

Each operation in the production process has one or more activities associated with it. Each activity can be associated with a Cost Center and a Work Center.



Add toolsets to be used for completion of a specified process.


For details about the set up of the toolset, please refer to the Toolset section.

Full list of Activity window fields and their descriptions is available in the Activity Screen Reference.

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