Changing the  SYSCTL file  PDM record will make COM look at ITMRVA,B, and 
C - but only the record for the released site.  So you have access to new 
fields in the item revision record - but no choice about which item 
revision record it chooses.  You still cannot select a specific site item 
revision record in COM. 


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There are several PTF's available that will make such modules EPDM 
compliant to
a point.
You can make EPDM files your primary files by changing the PDMREC record 
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But how do you process a COM order for different Site/Part/Revisions since 
(as I
understand it), COM and IM don't support the Site/Item Revision attributes 
of
EPDM?  I believe COM and IM still use ITEMASA, ITEMASB, ITEMASC and not 
EPDM's
ITMRVA, ITMRVB, and ITMRVC.


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EPDM solves this issue for us.
The site ID  and revision levels feature allow us to maintain unique 
product
characteristics.



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We manufacture products in multiple production facilities including the
US, China, Mexico, and France which are the same product.  Based on
capacity we may sell product though the US facility from any of the other
facitiltes.  This creates a problem for NAFTA and other export compliance
since we need to identify the county of origin.

Currently we have a different part number of each county of origin for
example part 123 is from the us and C123 is from China.  This creates a
problem because we may choose to ship product produced in a different
facility as a result of regional capacity or quality issues, if we do this
we need to maintain the order to change the ordered part.

How are others tracking country of origin for product with multiple
countries of origin?

We currently run R5.5 and have PDM is this information is helpful.  Your
feedback is appreciated,
Marc Rohde
IT Manager
Pentair Filtration, Inc. & Everpure, LLC

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