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E1: 30 30A 34: R30601 Understanding the BOM Integrity Analysis Report, LLX Codes (Doc ID 633629.1)

Last updated on JULY 03, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Data Management - Version XE and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Requirements Planning - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This document will explain the recommended use of R30601 Integrity Analysis report, on Menu G3031 Advanced Product Data Management.

Overview

The Integrity Analysis program (R30601) generates a report that identifies any processes or bill of material (BOM) structures that must be corrected to properly generate production costs (R30812) and successfully obtain MRP output (R3482/R3483).  If the report indicates errors, correct the processes or BOMS and run the Integrity Analysis program again.  When the program does not find errors in the processes, it updates the low-level codes (IMLLX) in both the Item Master (F4101/LL CD column) and the Item Branch File (IBLLX- F4102).  Low-level codes are commonly referred to as LLX, IMLLX, IBLLX, or lower level codes.

Refer to E1: 30: R30601 Troubleshooting Integrity Analysis Output and Errors Document 639397.1  and E1: 30: R30601 BOM Integrity Performance (Xe - 9.0) Document 625986.1

Scope

Anyone responsible for entering new item numbers (P4101/P4102), BOMs (P3002) or troubleshooting Costing (R30812) or MRP (R3482/R3483) issues will find this report beneficial.

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In this Document
Purpose
 Overview
Scope
Details
 Definition
 Optional Set Up
 Functionality
 Scheduling
 Converting Data
 MRP (R3482 or R3483)
 Processing Options
  R30601 Logic
 Open Enhancement Requests
References

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