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Re: Manually Reorganize MAPICS Files



fixed

I am not sure you would not want to run the MAPICS reorg since it can be
scheduled (unless you are 24/7).  I have even added custom files to the
REORGC file so it can handle those files, too.   I was told once that one
issue of doing that would be on a upgrade but since my customer is at R6
already, there is no issue there...

It works like a charm...
Eric

----- Original Message -----
From: "Pete Olshavsky" <polshavsky@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "MAPICS ERP System Discussion" <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 9:49 AM
Subject: Re: Manually Reorganize MAPICS Files


> Jim, you can certainly do that.. But mapics has a few imbedded jobs that
sync up the itemasa to the routng & pstruc during their re-org process...
(PDM) There may even be several others...
> So if yo are not using those particular flds then you will probably be OK
>
> Pete Olshavsky
> Ind Mapics Programmer/Systems Analyst
>
> ansi, Jim" <jsansi@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Just wondering if anyone else reorganizes there MAPICS files manually
> (ie: bringing MAPICS into dedicated mode and then using a CL or other
> program to reorganize files in AMFLIBy) instead of using the MAPICS
> reorganize in cross apps?
>
> My thought is to create a program to generate a list of physical files
> by dumping dspfd to an *outfile, sort it by deleted records and then
> reorganize _some_ of the files every night since we have a window of
> dedicated mode time to run a disk to disk backup.
>
> -Jimmy
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