There are two major sections to this view:
Criteria - you can select any combination from the list of criteria to pull down the schedule as you see fit.
Scheduling grid - within the scheduling grid you can view, add or edit individual schedules.
Choose any combination and click on the “Go!” button.
Note: It is often asked how the “Winemaker” filter works to pull the block-level schedule. This is done by associating a “harvest winemaker” on the EUR table. The EURs are associated with a block via the allocations.
The scheduling grid contains a lot of information and ways to interact with the schedule. Below is an overview of the various columns.
Info column - there are four icons here that provide additional information and ways to interact with the data:
“i” icon - when you hover over this icon, it provides related master/reference data for the given block.
“grid” icon - when you click on this icon, it displays a modal view showing the various scheduling transactions that have occurred on this block. This is helpful for understanding who had done what regarding the scheduling of the block.
“bell” icon - this provides warnings and errors related to the schedule. For instance, if the amount that has been scheduled exceeds the estimate.
“comment bubble” icon - this is where you can add and view any comments at the block level.
Block column - list the blocks associated with the criteria that was chosen.
Crush Site column - this lists the crush sites that the block/EUR (aka “allocation”) has been assigned to.
Note: this is something that is defined and sourced from the ERP system; not defined in vinoEZ. That said, vinoEZ does have a feature where you can request site changes. (Harvest Scheduler > Site Change Request).
EUR column - this is the destined end use for the grapes coming from the block. The association of EUR to block (aka “allocation”) is defined in the ERP system; not in vinoEZ.
Field Grade column - this is the latest recorded grade of the grapes in the vineyard. This data is sourced from the ERP system. If there is no grade, it will be highlighted in red. This is to bring attention to the fact that this block has not been graded yet.
“Slush Zone” section of the schedule (medium gray background) - these are the next 5 days of the schedule. Ideally, within this time period the schedule should be firm and more details are being filled in to help the various stakeholders know about things like the number of bins, bin types, receive time, etc.
Note: the only way view and see the details of the pick for a given day is to double-click on the cell.
“Liquid Zone” section of the schedule (light gray background) - these are the days beyond the “Slush Zone” where quick schedules can be entered in. All that is needed is the quantity to schedule.
Note: if desired, you could add more details about the pick here as you can in the “Slush Zone”. You would just need to double-click the cell as you do in the “Slush Zone”.