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SPP: Product Interchangeability

Hi everybody,

We created supersession chains and history realignment was performed. What is the way to roll back realignment? Nothing was done after supersession chains were blocked. So we had to reinitialize realignment tables.

As far as I understand a new chain inherits all previous chains. I guess it may be a huge amount of data to realign if a lot of chains exist.

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 06:38 AM


    I like to know abt restricted interchangeability and how to configure tht function.

    Can u send me any supporting documents to my id ?



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    Edited by: Somnath Manna on Jan 30, 2008 11:44 AM

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      Hi Durga,

      In the supersession chain if you use restricted type,

      Restricted is the startegy, where in you have to specify the use-up date for the product, this is mandatory.

      The stock exhaustion date for the product should come before the use-up date or equal to that of the

      use-up date but not after the date specified in use-up date.



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