I think S= shop order header , R= shop operations notes copied from
routings, and M = is material

Roger Henady
Thorco Industries
(417) 682-1340

                    Banerjee"                To:     <bpcs-l@midrange.com>
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Can anybody please tell me what the 'S', 'M' and 'R' types stand for in ESN
file? I thought 'R' is for Requisition, but found that 'Q' is for

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