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Allow Multiple Time-Based Assembly rule

Hi,

After installing SAP ME 6.0.4.6 patch I see a new system rule

named Allow Multiple Time-Based assembly.

When looking in the help I find no information about the purpose of this rule.

Can someone please explain to me what usage it has?

Best Regards,

Johan

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    Posted on May 30, 2013 at 10:31 AM

    Hi Johan,

    When the value is TRUE, time based assembly will take affect and the quantity of a slot configuration will be decremented for each SFC that is started at an operation/resource. When the value is FALSE, the existing behavior will remain intact.

    When setting the new system rule to TRUE, the SLOT_QTY_DECREMENT hook must be attached as a PRE_START hook versus a POST_START hook. Then, the quantity will be decremented when there is no existing time based assembly already in effect.

    The entire quantity for a component must be completely removed in order for time based assembly to occur again. If only a partial quantity is removed, then time based assembly will be bypassed even if the system
    rule is TRUE. In such cases, partial re-assembly can be performed manually via the As Built activity.

    SAP Note 1855978 about it should be released soon.

    Regards,

    Alex.

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