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In the view for service market a component is to be regarded as a role in a logical context. A part/item may take that role, or several roles in different contexts. On the contrary, within production a “component” may be a role in a “physical” context, being parts at the assembly line. 3 Experiences Our experiences from the four product structuring cases have been as a relay race, each case has added value to the next etc. The predominant experience is probably the break-through in Case #4 where the principle of roles in contexts was introduced.
A part/item may take that role, or several roles in different contexts. On the contrary, within production a “component” may be a role in a “physical” context, being parts at the assembly line. 3 Experiences Our experiences from the four product structuring cases have been as a relay race, each case has added value to the next etc. The predominant experience is probably the break-through in Case #4 where the principle of roles in contexts was introduced. The result ended up in a reduction of the number of product codes from more than 100 to less than 10.