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IC Rules

1) How many IC Rules can be set up for using the same material -- 1 for ATP (Full) and 1 for Planning (Forward)?

2) Can 1 material be set up in multiple IC rules

3) Can 1 Forward IC rule contain 2 items with reversed relationship (A->B and B->A)?

Please explain me , if anyone knows

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 10:48 AM

    HI Vamsi,

    WIth one material you can create n number of ICs. Material is not a key criteria to create IC MD.

    coming to your 3rd question , you can create the reverse relation as well , but finally you should think how logical it is, otherwise it can go to a recurrsive loop situation.

    While creating IC the main thing we should consider is the relationship (Fwd, Full) , the valid from date and quantity factors.

    Regards,

    Deepthi.

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 02:48 PM

    Hi Deepti,

    I am working in development project.I am working form scratch. I need help from you. what u told is ,we can have "N" number of IC rules for a single material.Accroding to your asumption please tell me whar are all the IC Rules

    1) Is it based on procedure type network (0 ), Fan shaped (1) , chain ---

    or

    2) Based on location product or product ,or 1:n substitution

    Can u expalin me how many rules are available and what are they

    Few more questions

    Full interchaneabilty doesn"t work for CTM ( Why ) . y only forward interchangebilty works fro CTM( Why )

    can you explain me in detail.

    I need help from you.my personal mail ID is sapksr@gmail.com

    waiting for your reply

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