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in sales order does not not show sales bom component

hi to all,

it is possible if i create one sales order and i connect one sales bom to order and do not display component of sales bom in sales order so pls tell me procedure.pls tell me how to set print layout of sales order without sales bom component

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vishal

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    Posted on Jun 24, 2008 at 05:35 AM

    Hi,

    To do not show the component items in Sales Order, you should use Assembly type of BoM.

    Here I copied the differences between them which is from Online Help.

    The sales bill of materials and the assembly bill of materials represent a finished product which is assembled at the sales stage.

    The difference between the assembly bill of materials and the sales bill of materials is as follows:

    · Assembly bill of materials; the finished product appears in the sales order document.

    · Sales bill of materials; both the finished product and the components appear as separate items in the sales order document.

    Hope this helps you.

    regards,

    maggie an

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 09:39 PM

    Hi Vishal,

    What version are you using? The BOM area has changed a lot in 2007A from 2005A. The Assembly BOM is no longer available, and there are options in the Sales BOM to display or hide the components. There is also an option at Document settings under Administration>System Initialisation>Document Settings on the general tab, to display price & total for tree or parent.

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