• Subject: RE: Subsystem Event Determination
  • From: Christine Hales <chales@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 07:56:26 -0400
  • Organization: Schukra of North America

If you want to get fancy, you can have a programmer write the query and 
the resulting records into GBH/GBL and post them through BTP. This would
avoid writing code that touches the BPCS source and still force all the
glorious BPCS validation.

                We have done many things through BTP - and none of them are 
difficult or 
fancy!  They get the job done, and in a much less amount of time then 
trying to figure it out through reports & spreadsheets.  We use queries to 
pull the information, then the user views the entires to validate, then 
they give the go ahead to post them to the GBH/GBL.  From there it is just 
a matter of posting it in BPCS.  All in all, it took less time to write 
then it would have to format a report for them.  Keep in mind that we are 
an HP/Oracle shop - but I don't imagine that it is more difficult on an 


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