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CU41---configuration profile

Dear All:

I ‘m learning the configuration profile。there have three questions confused me for a long time ,I can't find anymore useful information to solve this problem。because all the information i have find are single and not connected with the full step or whole step。

fist one :I don’t konw how to use “sales order(set)+none/sing-leve/Multilevel” ,I don't konw what's the different on the three situation and how to make it work (I mean how to set BOM and material )

and also how to use “Order BOM+none/sing-leve/Multilevel”

I saw sometime will define Cross-plant CM on MRP3,and use CS40 to connected supper BOM,I don't konw how to

use it

please send me some useful information for me,send me some document and E-book,whole testing document paper is much batter。

you can also send email to me,

thank you very much


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    Posted on Sep 23, 2016 at 07:15 AM

    michael mei,

    Its a long topic if , open 2 new threads for first 2 question.

    For you 3rd question on cross plan configuration please go through below link it will help you budiling a PoC to test your results.

    Variant Configuration Material Variants : Creation,Usage in Sales order for replacing Configurable Material Part 1

    Check and reply with your findings or you need further help.

    Hope it may help you.



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