• Subject: RE: BPCS 6.04 CEA mixed mode april cum
  • From: "Graziano, Marie" <mgraziano@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 6 Jul 1998 15:33:41 -0500

BPCS 6.04 April Cum., AS/400 S50 lots of memory and dasd.  The user was
complaining that every time they pressed an icon it took forever.  I
watched on the AS/400 and saw the PC get CPU cycles and then the user
waited around 40 seconds before the screen was returned to her.  

                -----Original Message-----
                From:   Lu Festas [mailto:ylufe@hotmail.com]
                Sent:   Thursday, July 02, 1998 2:47 PM
                To:     BPCS-L@midrange.com
                Subject:        Re: BPCS 6.04 CEA mixed mode april cum

                Marie, I am expert on CEA applications, and sure I could
help you, but I 
                need to know which version of BPCS are you in, (6.0.02,
6.0.04), which 
                patch level (C,D,E,F) and which application are you
running on CEA. The 
                answer depends on this.

                Expecting to hear from you soon.

                Luis Festas

                >From: "Graziano, Marie" <mgraziano@badgermeter.com>
                >Subject: BPCS 6.04 CEA mixed mode april cum
                >Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 11:31:08 -0500
                >Is anyone having a problem with the GUI  CEA?  We are
running on a 
                pent.
                >200 32 meg and it is extremely slooooooooow.
                >
                >Any one have some suggestions.  AS/400 is fast and I
can see that the 
                pc
                >gets time and then the PC waits for around 6 seconds
before it shows 
                the
                >results.
                >
                >
                >Marie Graziano
                >mgraziano@badgermeter <mailto:mgraziano@badgermeter>
.com



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