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Tia,

There are several ways to address this.  One way to accomplish this is to set
up  11.123 as a finished good with the M123 as a component of it.  When you
have orders for 11.123, the system will create requirements M123.  You can
then either redesignate some of M123 to 11.123 or do an inventory receipt
that will issue the M123.  You could also set 11.123 as an assortment.  The
assortment will pick and ship the M123 against the order for 11.123.  You
could use the 11.123 as a customer item number in item cross reference which
would cross reference to the M123.

If you need specific information on how to set up one of these options, you
can email me directly.

Myron Hamilton
mhamilton8685@aol.com

In a message dated 2/25/2002 1:02:32 AM Central Standard Time, hason@pbsvb.cz
writes:


> BPCS 6.0.04
>
> We need to have an item nr. in ORD according to our customer (e.g. 11.123)
> -
> it is material, not manufactured item.
> In INV, BOM we have the same item with different item nr. (e.g. M123).
> We need this "M" on the beginning because of other non-BPCS tasks.
> Any idea how to handle it?
>
> TIA
>     oTTo Hason
>



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