Why do you need the 11.123 IN ord?
Is it a customer requirement that they want to see this number on their
order and not M123?
Can they see both?
Do you take the M123 and ship it directly from stock without any
additional operations? If you do some additional operations, do you want
to capture the information?
Are you planning (MPS/MRP/DRP/CAP)?
Using Lot and/or container control?
Do you care about sales history?

Knowing this information will help in coming up with a solution.

Arthur B. Shaffer, CPIM
Principal Consultant/Business Development Manager
ASAP - Advanced Systems and Products, Inc.
Phone - 908-789-3237   Fax - 208-978-7735

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On
Behalf Of Ing. Otto Hason
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2002 2:05 AM
Subject: Alternate items

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?

        oTTo Hason

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