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Always run the Integrity Analysis program immediately after a data conversion, or often when BOMs are entered, changed or deleted.  It is also strongly suggested to run the Integrity Analysis program before running the Simulate Rollup (P30820) or MRP/MPS Requirements Planning (P3482/P3483) programs.  If low level codes (LLX) are out of sequence, adding new items to BOM will not produce correct costs, and MRP will not properly plan all component items.

 

For additional information Understanding Integrity Analysis (P30601), Low Level Code (IBLLX) & BOM (P3002) (Doc ID 636318.1).

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