Now that you have successfully built the layout, completed the transport route network, and defined the default processes, you must ensure that all components are assigned to the correct default supply chain .
To do this, use the decision tree feature in ipolog.
Learn from the helpdesk how parts can be assigned to default supply chains in the decision tree using various filter options.
Your colleagues have already built a suitable decision tree in the existing model, which in the first step filters according to the logistics quantity framework column "Modules" in order to separate single-variety (no value in Module column) as well as shopping cart (WK1 and WK2) and pre-assembly (PA Cockpit) part scopes.
In the second step, the decision tree again subdivides the single-variety part volumes to separate the parts that run via the floor storage process from those that run via the high-bay storage process. For this purpose, filtering was performed according to the logistics quantity framework column "Load Carrier type".
Not only have your colleagues already done the filtering, they have also already done the default supply chain for the "Supermarket" and "High-bay Warehouse" parts scopes. These two nodes are already displayed in green. In addition, the decision tree shows for each level how many parts have already been assigned an default supply chain (numbers in the green area) and how many have not yet been assigned (numbers in the red area).
Having completed the "Floor Storage" and "Pre-Assembly" default supply chain in the last tasks, we can now assign them to the appropriate parts to continue planning.
To do this, select the appropriate standard supply process in the "PA Cockpit" and "GLT" nodes using the "SVK" button, so that you get this screen.
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