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supersession chain does not consider preceding and succeeding factor

Hi Experts,

I am using interchangeability for project.However supersession chain does not consider preceding and succeeding factor for creation subRec(planned).

It creates subDem(planned) and SubRec(planned)in equal quantity. Does anyone using same functionality and faced same issue. Kindly let me know the root cause for same.

Regards

Sachin Pilankar

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2012 at 10:11 PM

    Hi Sachin,

    Hope you have done correct settings for Interchangiability!

    Please delete the low Level codes and again generate it .

    If the system is not havong the Low Level code deletion program , you have to find a OSS note for Low Level code deletion.

    Best regards

    Rajesh Patils

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2012 at 09:53 AM

    Hi Rajesh,

    Thank you for quick reply. will appriciate if you explain me relation between LLC and interchangeability.

    Sachin

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      hi sachin,

      Yes there is relation ....."If the Product Selection for heuristic Contains a product that belongs to Product Pacakge (Product-Location) , the Heuristic automatically performs the Low Level Code deternmination for all Products in the planning pacakge.The algoritham first determines the individual low-level code of each product in the planning package.it then sets the low-level code of products to the highest low level code value that occurs in the planning pacakge , this is relevent for planning with interchangeability"

      Hope it clears !!

      Regards,

      Rajesh patil

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