https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj838751.aspx (note: the article in the link refers to batch based production, but sequencing can be set up for discrete production scenarios as well). I have clients who have successfully set this up in different ways for things like painting operations (certain colors come before others in a sequence to reduce changeover times) or food products production (certain jobs are sequenced to run only on certain days).
Here is a sample job. It is past due and needs to be rescheduled.
It is the first job in a route with two other job operations (a primary and a secondary tied to it).
Jobs were previously scheduled for both operations.
Resource has plenty of available capacity.
Click Sequence.Then click 'Schedule' and the standard Job Scheduling form is presented. Form is completed as shown below and OK is selected.
Job is rescheduled.
FYI, so are the other two jobs for operation 20 (primary and secondary) that follow operation 10.
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