As you can see, there is also a strategy called FIFO in the scquencing board.
The Buffer. There are situations when when upstream processes can’t produce as much as is needed by the bottleneck; the result is that the constraint is starved and the overall system output is compromised. So, we must have a buffer of inventory that is the size of the accounted-for variation in demand. This will help to level-out variation. A buffer will assure that the constraint never has to wait and, waiting is a form of waste. Similarly, if upstream processes are producing more than the constraint has the capacity to handle, then there’s going to be excess inventory sitting in front of the constraint and, hence, another form of waste. Put another way, the buffer is the inventory and inventory is directly related to lead time (remember my blog about Little's Law?)
There are many ways on how to design a production line so that it follows a Drum, Buffer, Rope philosophy... the point is: you can do it with standard SAP-ERP.