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1 heaven_rover comentou às Link permanente

Hi Alessandra. Good job. <div>&nbsp;</div> But could yo clarify first question: What is the difference of "Model" and "Item Master"? <div>&nbsp;</div> Regards. <br /> Sander.

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Hi @heaven_rover! <div>&nbsp;</div> You use the Models (CM) application to define the structure and configuration rules for a configuration-managed assembly. The name of a model is the name of an allowable physical build or family of related physical builds. The model consists of a collection of build items that represent an entire end-item assembly. Maintaining a model typically involves the following tasks: <br /> . Adding models <br /> . Defining variations of models <br /> . Defining build items, associated labels. and CM items <br /> . Defining lower-level CM items and their serial number formats and ranges <br /> . Defining build positions <br /> . Defining configuration rules <div>&nbsp;</div> On the other hand, the CM Item Master is when your company decides to use conventional means to procure and stock a temporary or locally procured part. You use the Add to Item Master action in the CM Item Master (CM) application to add the part to the Maximo Asset Management Item catalog. <div>&nbsp;</div> This link you can use as references <br /> http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/tivihelp/v49r1/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.acm.doc%2Fwelcome.html <div>&nbsp;</div> Please, let me know if we were able to answer your question. Don't hesitate to contact us. <div>&nbsp;</div> Alessandra Lima Aguiar (limaa@br.ibm.com) &amp; Alexis da Rocha Silva (alexisrs@br.ibm.com)