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0PROD_HIER - Correct Hierarchy

Hi Guys,

Has anyone had any issues with the '0PROD_HIER' Hierarchy? There are 2 possible datasources - 0PROD_HIER_LPRH_HIER & 0MAT_SALES_LPRH_HIER.

Which one is recommended and how do I avoid the node issues with this hierarchy.

Thanks in advance,

Scott

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2007 at 06:34 PM

    it doesnt go by recommendations rather guided by ur requirement and system setup. You can confirm the same with either ur users or fucntional folks. Orelse if you know the which hierarchy is desired, you may as well check in RSA3 to see which datasource provides the required hierarchy.

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      Hi voodi,

      No problem - when I try RSA3, the '0MAT_SALES_LPRH_HIER' times out, even though I restrict to display only 10 records.

      I decided to use the '0PROD_HIER_LPRH_HIER' with hierarchy 'PRODH' but got a lot of errors regarding 'nodes not assigned', hence the reason for trying the '0MAT_SALES' datasource. When I am mapping in the transfer rules, I am mapping PRODH1 to 0PRODH1, PRODH2 to 0PRODH2 etc. - do I not map any of these fields to 0PROD_HIER?

      Thanks

      Scott

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 09:09 AM

    Thanks for you advice voodi.

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