>> … but breaks the usability of resources load statistics.
The availability calendar doesn’t break the resource loading values.
>> By these settings my long lasting operations never get scheduled.
If that’s what you’re observing, you still have a maximum-calendar set on your resources. Just remove it and only use an available calendar.
If you want to use a maximum-calendar, you need to make sure its value doesn’t go to 0 at any time. We plan an operation across unavailable periods (by stretching the duration), but we don’t plan across a period where the resource size is 0.
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Make sure your available calendar also applies well before the current date and well beyond you last demands.
Otherwise the solver can run into situations where we “stretch indefinitely”.
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