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Product hierechery

What is product herechery please explain detailly?


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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 09:30 AM

    Dear Suresh

    The product hierarchy is used to group materials by combining different features. It is used for analyses and pricing. A product hierarchy can consist of up to eighteen characters. Its features can be combined in various ways. The following figure gives an example of how materials can be grouped using product hierarchies.

    By entering the product hierarchy on the basic data screen of the master record, you can later compare and analyze a competitor's range of products with your own.

    By using the hierarchy tool, you can create a hierarchy for any data element (such as, customer, vendor, material, plant, etc.). A hierarchy consists of nodes and sub-nodes. Any node may have other nodes. The lowest level consists of sub-nodes.

    The sub-nodes are, as a rule, objects or characteristic values that already exist in the system. The key figures are then cumulated for these characteristic values and are then provided in cumulated form in the standard analyses for each of the hierarchical levels.

    You create the material hierarchy "bicycles". This hierarchy has the following structure and nodes: Ladies bicycles, men’s bicycles, children’s bicycles.

    Allocate the node racing bicycle to the ladies bicycles.

    Then allocate the separate material numbers of the racing bicycles (sub-node) to the racing bicycles. You can then display the key figure ‘lead time’ for every hierarchical level in the Shop Floor Information System in the standard analyses.


    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 03:46 AM


    Make small search in sdn there are no of posts on the same issue

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