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A group aggregates multiple sites of the supply chain. If you have multiple sites that are handled in the same way in another table and you do not want to create multiple entries defining exactly the same policy for them, you can aggregate these sites in a group.

E.g. You have three customers that use the same sourcing policy. Instead of creating a separate entry for each customer in the Sourcing table, you can create a group containing these customers, and define a single entry referring to this group.

Groups can be created manually by the user or automatically as the result of the experiment run.

E.g. GFA experiment result suggests that you should create two DCs (DC1 and DC2). In this case, the system automatically arranges all the available customers into two groups (DC1 Customers and DC2 Customers) and generate the corresponding sourcing policies for these groups.

The names of the groups in the table cells and drop-down lists are put in brackets to visually distinguish them from the names of the single objects.

There are two types of groups:

  • Groups defined by the user in this table are embraced into square brackets, e.g. the [NY DCs] contains the required distribution centers nearby New York.
  • Default groups. Such groups contain all objects of a certain type, and are embraced into round brackets, e.g. the (All customers) group contains all the customers of the supply chain. The newly created customers will be automatically added to this group. The deleted customers will be automatically excluded from this group.

The objects of the selected group are highlighted on the map.

Column Description


The name of the group. It must be a meaningful name since you will refer to it in other anyLogistix tables.


The description of the group. Provide additional information about the group and its content here.


The cell contains a checklist of customers included in the group.


A list of supply chain sites included in the group.

To edit the list, select the checkboxes in the cell's dialog box.


The cell contains a checklist of suppliers included in the group.


The list of groups included in the group.

To edit the list, select the checkboxes in the list the cell contains.

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