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ASRSvehicle tasks priority.

Hello,

"ASRSvehicle1792" in figure1 performs three tasks: loading totes from "Queue2154", loading totes from "Queue1798" and loading totes from "Rack1788". In order to make those tasks priority equal to 1, 2 and 3 respectively, I set priority = 1.00 for the first task (figure2), priority = 2.00 for the second task (figure3) but for the third task I didn't set any priority (figure4) because it is managed by the process flow "ProcessFlowCW".

Would this allow to execute the three tasks in the mentioned order without fixing a priority of the third task?

(FlexSim version 19.0.0)

Regards.

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The Process Flow also allows you to set a priority. The Create Task Sequence activity has a variable for Priority. I recommend setting this up in your Process Flow so that as the ASRS vehicle receives tasks from the 3D logic and Process Flow, it completes them in the correct order.


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@tanner.p, thank you for your help.

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