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Implications on Inventory Transactions from Item Packaging String

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Is there any relevant implication for Inventory Management when activating Packaging String functionality in Product Information Management?

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We have use case where the same item should be transacted in units (Ea), cartons (Ca) or Pallets (Pl). Every item should have specific intraclass unit of measure conversion. We are exploring packaging string functionality in Product Information Management. This seems to be interesting as we can assign strings and reuse it for similar items. Also it immediately provides usual information when checking the item definition. When creating a packaging string and assigning to an item, we have the impression that we're also creating intraclass unit of measure conversion for that item (define multipliers train stop when defining a packaging

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