Phase Path Alteration Offer

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DESCRIPTION

  • This is the second and last phase for the path alteration process.
  • Applicants decide if they
    • Accept the altered timetable
    • Return to Path Alteration Conference for further adaptation
    • Return to the Active Timetable without any changes.

POSSIBLE TRANSITIONS

Path alteration offer transition

Transition list

  • Path Alteration Offer -> Active Timetable (Changes accepted)
    • Who: Affected Applicant
      • Restrictions: None
  • Path Alteration Offer -> Active Timetable (No changes)
    • Who: Affected Applicant
      • Restrictions: None
  • Path Alteration Offer -> Path Alteration Conference
    • Who:
      • Affected Applicant
        • Restrictions: None
      • Originator IM
        • Restrictions: None

Permissions

  • C-OSS
    • Read-only access
  • Leading Applicant
    • Read-only access
  • RUs
    • Read-only acces
  • Originator IM
    • Read-only acces
  • IMs
    • Read-only acces

OTHER DETAILS

  • The Affected applicant has to agree, disagree or could ask for adaptation.
  • When some of the affected applicants ask for offer adaptation, dossier returns one step back to Path Alteration Conference phase.
  • When an applicant agrees, his path-related light should be set up on green. When all path-related lights are on green, an applicant in pair with originator IM has to accept path alteration offer.
  • The dossier is moved to the phase Active timetable with the new valid state.
  • When some affected applicant disagrees with the offer, he has to reject path alteration offer. Then dossier returns back to the Active timetable phase into the originally agreed state.