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Limit on Sub-assemblies in BOM

Experts,

I have a question on BOM's: My Client have individual parts that is produced from +- 30,000 separate components - some of these in sub-assemblies carried forth into the next BOM and so forth.

1. Are there a limit in how many sub-assembly lines can be on one BOM?

2. Are there a limit on how deep the sub-assemblies can go?

3. Will have having 30,000 parts to a BOM be an issue in performance? I'm not sure yet if this is HANA or SQL....

Thanks!

Marli

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    Jan 14 at 07:31 AM

    Hi Marli,

    As Nagarajan K said, there is no system limit, but in my experience BOMs do affect performance in automated (DI API, DI Server, etc) scenarios.

    If a total BOM of 30.000 items, on multiple levels, is a possibility, then I doubt that such a scenario can be realized without automation.

    I strongly recommend testing before promising.

    Regards,

    Johan

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  • Jan 13 at 06:59 AM

    Hi,

    There is no limitation found for creating sub assembly and its level. Also, i don't think performance issue from SQL or HANA.

    But there will be if there is need to create any report or layout for production orders.

    Regards,

    Nagarajan

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