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Re: A question about Trusted Link Enterprise 3.2 daily schedule



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Hi Franck,

Thank you for your reply. I get so wrapped up working with EDI and ECM I
forget TLE is not BPCS. Forgive me.

When is a good time to call? or would you rather do this with email?

It makes me crazy that I do not know how to fix the scheduler. I was told
sometimes you can just change all the EDI job's scheduled time by one
minute and the jobs start to run, or re-Enter the entire schedule. We
have 3or 4 jobs per hour between 4am and midnight, that is a lot of
re-entry. If the scheduler is cranky, then so be it. I will accept
that. I would like to know someone elses experience. Sounds like you
have some advice I can use.

Thank you.

Kathy Steigerwalt
[1]kas1001@xxxxxxxxxxx
856-857-5794
Apr 19, 2010 05:02:17 PM, bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

Kathy,

I've worked with TLE for a long time and the scheduler is a bit cranky.

We can talk offline if you want as it doesn't necessarily pertain to
BPCS.

Regards,

Franck Guillet
Senior ERP/EDI Consultant
www.erpsoftwareservices.com/
773.610.7375

--- brobins3d@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

From: Bill <BROBINS3D@xxxxxxxxx>
To: bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] A question about Trusted Link Enterprise 3.2 daily
schedule
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 13:36:02 -0700

Kathy Steigerwalt wrote:
> Hi All!!
>
> I am still learning TLE 3.2 and I have heard do not end one of the
daily
> agenda jobs such as EDISELC it causes serious issues. I had a runaway
> EDI job that looped and looped creating duplicated GUIDs during ASN
> generation as it was late at night so I killed the job to fix it in
the
> morning. It was fixed by someone else bit I was never told exactly
how,
> except to never let it happen. I would like to understand a little
more
> about the scheduler in TLE 3.2.

Kathy, this doesn't really sound like a BPCS problem, you'll likely get
a better chance of it getting answered by submitting it to the Midrange
Tech list.

Bill
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