Waiver redundancy

If you fix the problem that a waiver is associated with, the waiver becomes redundant. For example, you might waive an Activity/Location Size problem for an activity, then later reduce the size of the activity.

When you fix the problem, its waiver is not deleted. Instead, the waiver becomes redundant. However, if the problem subsequently reoccurs, the waiver is no longer redundant. For example, you might later increase the size of the activity.

You can delete a redundant waiver.



Scientia Ref: 4047. For Enterprise Timetabler 3.14. Copyright © Scientia Ltd. 2018