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what is the diff between bom group &group bom

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 03:15 AM

    Hi Nil

    <b>BOM Group</b>: It is collection of bill of materials which enable you to describe a product or similar products

    Eg: All variants of a variant BOM and all alternatives of a multiple BOM is an example of BOM Group

    <b>Group BOM</b>: It is a BOM wherein u do not assign any plant while its creation. This means this BOM can be later assigned to any plants as per requirement.....There is no specific plant assigned while making it

    Hope it is clear

    Rgds

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      Hi,

      Group Bom is independent of plant and you can create the Group bom using the same transaction CS01, without entering a plant.

      Once you created the group bom , you can assign to individual plants using CS07.

      Be aware, if you make any changes in the group bom it will affects all the plants assigned to it.

      Regards

      Rajesh

  • Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 01:17 PM

    Hi,

    BOM Group is aBOM for similar matrials and Group BOM is not specific to any plant.It is created in engg/desing dept and later it is assigned to any plant.

    thanks and regards

    SAN

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 01:39 PM

    Hi Nil,

    All the Aternates in a Multiple BOM or

    Allthe BOMs entered for a Variant BOM

    are stored under one number known as " BOM Group ".

    This gives you another way to access the BOM.

    The Group BOM is independent of a Plant.

    You can assign it to any plant.

    Regards

    Krishna

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