As an administrator in the N-PBS Scheduler, you can:
import and edit data, including
leaves of absence.
pre-assign pairings to specific crewmembers.
identify specific crewmembers as ineligible bidders or shadow bidders.
open, monitor, and close bidding.
produce multiple scheduling runs on the same data and evaluate the results.
select and publish a final schedule, and output the final schedule to your crew tracking system.
When producing schedule runs, you have a number of features available to you:
you can create a set of standard templates to base runs on, with different options for target credit windows, minimum and maximum credit windows, legality and buffer parameter values, etc.
Note: Each category is run separately and you can set parent-child relationships between categories. For example, a parent-child relationship would ensure that all of the IC pairings CA pairings were awarded before an FA run was done.
Reminder: Parent Runs are not used in all configurations.