We are looking for a solution to avoid the ever growing practice of
assigning new component numbers every time the component changes. (one
school of thought here on interpreting the form, fit, function rule)

Has anyone had success in using the revision level feature in XA? We have
done some testing on this and it seems to work well- we created revisions
with different costs and effective dates and tried them out in bills of
material. Some are hesitant about the fact that we cannot track inventory
by revision level.

We are at release 7.06

Any feedback would be appreciated.














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