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Re: OLD System-36 version of BPCS question on BIR product.



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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,
CALL RW9012
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,
cheers,
Clare

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
Mobile: +44 (0)7960 665958
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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
giving.
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