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Hi,
    I am new to Maximo.We use Maximo as the source for ODS.Under what circumstances can the job plan be null for a PM?

RE: PM question

I am afraid I am unfamiliar or do not recall 'ODS', but in answer to your question, the application will allow the job plan to be null, at least in the current version (7).

The job plan contains estimates on labor, materials, tools and services that copy over to the work order. Safety plan data can be added to the job plan as well. If you don't have any of this available, then perhaps you can just put the descriptive data in the pm description long description, and make sure that the work order details report prints the work order description long description, and I suppose you are ok.

I can not imagine not using a job plan, so hopefully I have provided you with what to make sure of in a case where you don't have one. Good luck :)
 

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