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Interchangeability of product

Hello All,

Does anybody knows how sysyem plans for interchangable components for direction full. And also how system plans under usage probability of 40% and 60%.

Thanking you in advance.

Amol Chavan

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    Apr 13, 2007 at 09:36 PM

    I am assuming here that the INterchangeability is used in SNP for supersession

    Let me explain both the directions

    (1) Forward : A product (A) is superseded by a successor product (B) on a specific date. During the planning run, the system transfers demands for A to B from this date onwards. However, demands for B cannot be transferred to A since A was assigned the interchangeability direction Forward interchangeable.

    (2) Full: Product A is superseded by product B on a specific date. Demands for A will be transferred to B from this date onwards. As the direction of interchangeability -Fully interchangeable was defined for A, requirements for B can also be covered by surplus warehouse stock for A.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear Kumar,

      Thank You for clearing my doubts, Now I am clear about the concept of interchangeability.

      Assigned full points.......

      Thank you

      Amol Chavan