Hi Robert,

The CEA is very configurable, so I'd like to suggest you use
WAREHOUSES as well, because in BPCS we have only one warehouse linked
to one facility code (plant) INV100 program, you're in the right way.
For works with corret segments you could use the ALIASES to manage the

2009/3/24 Robert A Brown <rabrown@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
We are on 6.04 and have setup our CEA to focus on the item class for
determining account segments. We are now considering running the same part
in multiple plants but this causes another issue in CEA. Since we can only
have one item class per part, is there a way to redirect the transaction
based on additional criteria? I was thinking of the Account rules but have
had little success. I have created new macros and aliases but it only
works correctly for that item that is produced in multiple plants. In our
original setup we are using ILCLASREVA in the plant segment, then the
alias directs to the appropriate segment values. In the setup below I have
created the macro ILWHS2 and ILCLAS2 that is looking at the warehouse of
the transaction and then places the appropriate Plant value based on the
warehouse, and then the item class that is then resolved to the correct
Oper, Acct, and Cls. Can I use an Account Rule in some manner to achieve
the same thing?

Here is our model setup:

Line    Company Plant           Oper            Acct    Cls     Debit
20      =CI01CO =DTPEACIC       0000            10101   000     DTDSCIDRL
30      =CI01CO =SCITYP 0000            10101   000     DTDSCIDRH
60      =CI01CO 65              0000            21201   000     SITOTDR
110     =CI01CO 65              0000            21320   000     RTXTXTCCO
130     =CI01CO =ILWHS2 =ILCLAS2                        CI01FC CI01FC
135     =CI01CO =ILWHS2 =ILCLAS2                        ILREVDR ILREVCR
140     =CI01CO 65              0000            21320   000     RTXTXTCDR

Robert A. Brown
ISI, Inc
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