They're all workarounds, but I found lot management a handy one: use one lot
nr for each packing size.  You can do discrete allocations if you want a
specifice packing, you know the packaging when you do inventory, you can
(must) keep the unit the same,...

since default locations a controlled wartehouse is not a drawback,

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jeff Snyder" <jeffreygsnyder@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2007 3:41 AM
Subject: [MAPICS-L] hey group

   I am working with a customer that has a pkg situation.   they sell the
   same item no. in various pkgs, ie 1 ml, 5 ml, 10, ml etc....    they
   have lot control and are using all 10 characters,  any ideas of how we
   defferientiate the pkg size would be appreciated....additional part
   is not an option....we'd like to avoid using locations as pkg

   any ideas would be integrator solutions with a tag along
   to SLQNTY  sounds like a lot of wrap code, we'd like to avoid....

   If you have solved this or have ideas, we'd like to hear from you....


   Jeff snyder,  CPIM
   Guide technologies, LLC


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