Solution for Calc Qty in Product Structure

imported_unknown

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I am looking for a general solution to calculate the quantity in product structure (BOM), related to the top assembly (Level 0). I have a sample product like this:
Product Level QTY CALC Qty
A 0 1
B .1 2
C ..2 2
D .1 3
E ..2 2
F ...3 1
G .1 1
H ..2 2
I ..2 2
j ...3 3

Every son in this structure must have a qty in Calc-Qty column related and accumulated to the A Item, the answer must give a solution to any BOM..
 

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Hello dniv,

It would be helpful if you would supply not only what the problem looks like, but also what it should end up looking like.

Also, if you put <pre> on the line before your sample data, and </pre> on the line after your sample data... your formatting will be preserved.
 

imported_unknown

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I am looking for a general solution to calculate the quantity in product structure (BOM), related to the top assembly (Level 0). I have a sample product like this:<pre> Product Level QTY CALC Qty</pre><pre> A 0 1</pre><pre> B .1 2</pre><pre> C ..2 2</pre><pre> D .1 3</pre><pre> E ..2 2</pre><pre> F ...3 1</pre><pre> G .1 1</pre><pre> H ..2 2</pre><pre> I ..2 2</pre><pre> j ...3 3</pre>


Every son in this structure must have a qty in Calc-Qty column related and accumulated to the A Item, the answer must give a solution to any BOM.

As you can see I need a mechanism to fill Calc Qty according to the Level in the Bill of Material
This message was edited by dniv on 2002-10-03 09:27
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This message was edited by dniv on 2002-10-03 09:29
This message was edited by dniv on 2002-10-03 09:29
This message was edited by dniv on 2002-10-03 09:30
 

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