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        You can try program CST300, which gives you a report of the breakdown, 
and capture the output in a file. (I don't know that CST300 is in version 3.1)

        Dick Bailey
        MCFA

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From: Jenny Carr [mailto:jgcarr@durhamcompany.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 10:11 AM
To: bpcs-l@midrange.com
Subject: Exploded Bill Info


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We are trying to find a way to work around some of the limitations associated 
with MRP, and I believe it would help if there was an easy way to access some 
of the information that is available in the BOM300 inquiry showing the full 
indented bill.  Is this info available in one of the files?  Is a query 
necessary?  We have a bill structure that includes 4-6 levels of the bill.

Also, does anybody have any experience in operating the shop floor without 
releasing shop orders per MRP?  If so, I'd be interested in knowing how they 
accomplished this.  We are on V3.1, Release 2 w/ Nexgen mods for Y2K.

Jenny Carr
The Durham Company
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