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BASED ON VALUE CLASS WILL BE PROPOSAL

HOW TO DESIGN THIS REQUIREMENT I HAVE THE DIFFERENT TEMPERS MEANS THICKNESS I MAINTAINED LOWER AND UPPER AND TARGET VALUES IF RESULTS IS COMING ABOVE TARGET VALUE SYSTEM PROPOSAL TO RELEVENT CLASS BELOW I MENTION SOME EXAMPLES

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Mean Minimum Maximum

55 51 52 TH55+SE-CA

57 53 61 TH57+SE-CA

61 62 65 TH61+SE-CA

65 66 69 TH65+SE-CA

LIKE THIS IF MY RESULTS IS COMING TO 56 THEN SYSTEM SHOULD PROPOSAL TO TH57+SE-CA

Edited by: Lakshmiananda prasad on Jul 12, 2011 8:21 AM

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  • Posted on Jul 12, 2011 at 01:33 PM

    The system doesn't propose classes or materials.

    In the inspection stock posting tab, the user would regrade the material to a different material.

    A material can only have one class. So you can't have a process in which the system picks a class for batch of material.

    What some places do is manufacturer a generic material, and then have special designations for grades. i.e. if the generic material 51007 the various thicknesses would be 51007-TH55, 51007-57, 51007-TH61, etc...

    FF

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      thank you very much your rapid reply but i mentioned classification not class what your suggested that is exactly correct but my scenario is like thickness i have three values lower & upper & target in legacy they mention some classification if in between system proposal same classification if beyand another classification will propose this how we will incorporate

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2011 at 05:30 AM

    THANKS FOR SOLUTIONS

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