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Depends on what the needs are.
 
Some possibilities exist with many variations within each.
- Create abstraction layers. Customer specific code replaces the default implementation.
- Run time meta data. The application functions differently based on data that drives the application. This can include but is not limited to run time scripting.
- Distinct application layers. A customer choice replaces a default layer.
- Customer overlays. Customer software is created which is part of a build step which either replaces source or binary sources with customer specific idioms.
- Extract customer choices and push them back into the main code base.
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QuestionWhere can I find reference information on terminology and entities used in MRPII or Production Control systems? PinmemberBrady Kelly28-Aug-12 4:26 
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