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IBM-Sterling-Order-Management-V9-2-Solution-Design-(C2050-241).pdf

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C2050-241 IBM IBM Sterling Order Management V9.2,(R) Solution Design
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Answer: B QUESTION: 43 A business (B1) has its own inventory for items at its internal distribution centers (DC). The business has also on boarded its manufacturers (M1 and M2) on Sterling Order Management. M1 and M2 have their own e-commerce portals, and they have inventory at their own DC. The requirements above have been modeled as follows: ?B1 is enterprise / seller - with inventory organization as B1 ?M1 is enterprise / seller - with inventory organization as M1 ?M2 is enterprise / seller - with inventory organization as M2 ?M1 and M2 are consumable inventory organizations for B1 Which of the following statements is INCORRECT? A. M1 can view assigned demands for M1 DC. B. M1 can view unassigned demands for M1 and B1 enterprise orders. C. M2 can view unassigned demands for M2 enterprise orders. D. B1 can view assigned demands for B1 DC, M1 DC, and M2 DC. Answer: B QUESTION: 44 A customer places an order for four units of an item, while only three units are available. The business has a requirement to only allow full quantity reservations (i.e. disallow partial reservations). Which of the following can MOST efficiently accomplish the requirement for full quantity only reservations? B
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