Domain model

The different entities in a model reference each other, and input data must thus be entered in the correct order. This list show the correct order and dependencies. Entities with a higher indentation depend on entities with less indentation.

Start populating the entities at the top of the list and work your way down.

Customers (references itself)
Calendar bucket (references calendars)
Locations (references calendars and itself)
Suppliers (references calendars and itself)
Resources (references setup matrices, calendars, locations and itself)
Items (references itself)
Operations (references items, locations, calendars, customers and itself)
Sales orders (references items, customers, operations, locations and itself)
Buffers (references items, locations, calendars and itself)
Operation dependencies (references operations)
Operation resources (references resources, skills and operations)
Operation materials (references items and operations)
Item suppliers (references suppliers, items, resources and locations)
Item distributions (references locations, items and resources)
Resource skills (references skills and resources)
Setup rule (references setup matrix and resource)
Manufacturing orders (references operations and itself)
Purchase orders (references items, suppliers and locations)
Distribution orders (references items and locations)
Inventory detail (references items, manufacturing orders, purchase orders, distribution orders and locations)
Resource detail (references resources, manufacturing orders, purchase orders and distribution orders)
Model dependencies

Note that it is possible to extend the data model to match your own domain model. During an implementation additional data types can be added that map more accurately to your business and/or data sources.