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how to assign route according to operation sequence ?

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On my model, I have to assign routes according to operation sequence. But I don't know how can I use which module. For example the part has different operation on same processor. The part has to go different quene after different operation. How can I assign different route ? For example the part route as below;

(Source)-(Quene1)-(Station1_operation1)-(Quene2)-(Station2_operation1)-(Quene1)-(Station1-operation2)-(shipment)

send todifferent route
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Your Objects have Output ports. You send on Flow pane your items by a global table look up. Rows are your recipes or Types. Columns are steps of your recipe. In each object on Exit you increment a label by 1. Now you read the value of your global, where the item exits next output port.
Use Transport is a variable you can look up in the object attributes tree. On Entry you look into another global table, which is built similar to your output port numbers, but this table tells you which value you set for Use Transport at each step.

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