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We would like to understand how to calculate the total number of planned item locations in planning

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For licensing purposes, we would like to understand how to arrive at the total number of planned item locations in our planning system

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From Oracle, the total number of planned item locations is defined as (The number of Planned

items) x (the number of Planned Locations) where:

Planned Items are the total number of unique, active, and planned product records used in the service at any given time. This includes end items, assemblies, components, skis, styles, models and options but does not include any non-planned items, item configurations, organization assignments, or revisions/version of the same item. Planned Locations is the total number of locations where inventory is tracked or used in the service at any given time. This includes physical locations such as plants and warehouses as well as virtual locations used to model inventory holdings such as consigned inventory.

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