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3048071 - IBP for Inventory: How AVERAGESERVICELEVEL can be greater than MAXINTERNALSERVICELEVEL at a product/location.


  • The MAXINTERNALSERVICELEVEL (MAX ISL) is set for a product/location to be 0.50, for example.
  • After running the IO operators, the value of AVERAGESERVICELEVEL (ASL) at that product/location is greater (0.999 for example).
  • See the following information for how that can happen.

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