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Question about how to recalculate the time period conflict after a date change?

Hello Experts,

Current process: The current process is that when there is an RFC (change) is entered into HPSM, there is a rule set that looks at the scheduled implementation start and end dates. This rule set will then compare the dates entered compared to the Time Period Freeze. If the dates are during the dates that there is a freeze there will be an additional approval required (CIO).

Proposed process: We would like to continue the current process but if there is a change in the dates of the RFC that is now outside of the Time Period Freeze we would like to recalculate the time period freeze to not include the additional approval of CIO.

This is what I need help with.

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Re: Question about how to recalculate the time period conflict after a date change?

Change in our process has worked. If there is a need to change the date then the change needs to go back to Register and Schedule. This is when the time period will be recalculated. Once this is done then the approvals are set according to our rule set for approvals.

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Re: Question about how to recalculate the time period conflict after a date change?

can you let me know the name of the rule which does the comparission of dates mentioned in RFC and timer period ?

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