A continuous arrival causes entities to continuously feed the connected activity whenever processing capacity is available at the activity; any activity input queue is ignored. This type of an arrival should only connect to activities and requires no other information to be defined.
- You should be aware of the following operating constraints when using the Continuous arrival:
- DO NOT bring other arrivals into the same activity or storage to which the Continuous arrival is attached.
- Since the input queue is ignored when using the Continuous arrival, any batching activity set to occur before the activity will be ignored as well.