Hi there,

I'm trying to remember how the BIR key used to work - but I think it just
used the same key as BPCS. However, did the library names change? You could
try this:
(The BIR libs are normally called BPCSRW, BPCSDD, and BPCSGPL)
Add the BIR libs to your library list,
This brings up a screen, where you enter the new library names.
Then change the job description 'RW' to have these libraries in its inllibl.
Hope this helps,

Clare Holtham
Director, Small Blue Ltd - Archiving for BPCS
web: www.smallblue.co.uk
IBM Certified AS/400 Systems Professional
E-Mail: Clare.Holtham@btinternet.com
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----- Original Message -----
From: <WASHBURNCCINC@aol.com>
To: <bpcs-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 3:57 PM
Subject: OLD System-36 version of BPCS question on BIR product.

> I ran into a company the other day that has a very old version of BPCS
running in Sys-36 Environment on the AS/400.
> They have long since dropped maintenance with SSA and they had a company
come in and move their BPCS software from the System-36 to the AS/400
running in Sys-36 environment.
> The only problem they are having is with the old BIR product.
> They get the following error message when try to create a new report. "
Software Licence violation check.Call supplier for assistance."
> Does anyone know a solution to this?      Thanks in advance for any help
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