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Store original class after successful bonfire test? (Dangerous Goods)

If a dangerous good successfully passes the bonfire test it is automatically assumed as class 9. Is there a field to store the original class in for storage purposes?

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    Posted on Mar 21, 2014 at 02:04 PM

    Dear Brian

    I am not sure if I understand your topic correct. Clearly I found the "bonfire test" via google research but my story would be "different"

    During DG maintenance you maintain data on these levels:

    a.) REAL_SUB (does have reference to DG_CL_SUB) (e.g. density etc.)

    b.) DG_CL_SUB (Does have "reference" to LS_UN_SUB)

    c.) LS_UN_SUB (maintaain regulatory data)

    Then you assign the material on REAL_SUB level and in rare cases you once again assign the material (in this case to a DG_CL_SUB). and execute DG filling

    Normally there is no step between. Therefore if you do DG classification using EHS you check REAL_SUB data, assign DG_CL_SUB and then release DG master. Normally the user etc. is not interested which steps you have executed between. But e.g. you can maintain on e.g. REAL_SUB level a value assignment data record saying "bonfire test" passed positive. I am not aware of a suitable value assignment type to do that but just check the tree.

    Hope this helps

    C.B.

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