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Is It Possible to Calculate the Compliance Status of Sub-Parts with External Rollup? (Doc ID 2116390.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Product Collaboration - Version and later
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On : version, Standard reports

When customers calculate the REACH compliance of a part; Agile uses the external roll up engine. In order to assess the compliance of a part, the system calculates the total quantity of each substance contained in every sub-part of the part and compares that quantity with the total mass of the part. The result of this comparison determines the compliance status.

In the case that the part is a kit (that is that the part is built of two or more sub-parts that are separable) this is not the desired behavior. In this case it is expected that the result of the compliance is determined by the compliance status of the sub-parts: Only if all sub-parts are compliant should the part itself be compliant. If any one sub-part is non-compliant the entire Kit (part) should be found non-compliant.


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