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Relationship A-002 & A-003

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If i am maintaining relationship A002 for Sub Ordinate Organization Reporting to Superior Organization Unit. then is it advisable to use A003 as for Sub Ordinate Organization units Belongs to Superior Organization Unit.

Please provide me some insight on the same.

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    Posted on Mar 20, 2015 at 09:46 AM

    It depends on the organization structure of customer where you can maintain relationships accordingly

    where in your case A002 and A003 are two different relationships one indicates reporting details another indicates belongs/incorporates usually we will maintain A003 between position and Organizational unit it varies with business process.

    Regards

    Venkatesh

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    Posted on Mar 23, 2015 at 11:31 AM

    Dear

    Relationship A/b002 is permissible for reporting (line) to /line supervisor relationship. S-S or O-O

    Where as Relationship A/B003 is permissible to maintain relationship between two org units or org unit and postion (Belongs to/Incorporates)

    O-S or O-O

    Therefore you should be using relationship a/b003.

    Hope this helps.

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  • Posted on Mar 24, 2015 at 07:17 AM

    Thanks Guys for ur updates....

    Well i am aware about both...but we had a situation where in maintaining A003 for Org-Org was not been considered as A-002 & A003 are same.

    So i was asked to figure out if A002 is same as A003 then there is no need of maintaining A003....A002 will suffice the need.

    Please update me on the same.

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