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Something went haywire Friday ... I not know if human error, PC melt down,
BPCS bug, whatever
We now have all customer order lines on one customer picked for shipping,
and we want to un pick them, because we are make-to-order, and our
customers often provide adjustments to quantities due when, so updating
existing orders is a daily need.  Friday's and Monday's Shipping and
Billing went fine.  We just have this extra stuff picked.

It has been a while since I messed with this area, so I hit what I thought
were the usual suspects, including reading the documentation (if in doubt,
read the manuals) such as SSARUN04

SYS993 has cleared ORD550 for the work station that does shipping for that
customer, and I did a dump of the data areas to see if any other player
might have a corrupted session ... Nope

After digging through the documentation, I tried ORD550 for that customer
with F21, which told me it was file ESR that got cleared based on the work
station where I tried that, so I trotted out to the shipping office, fired
up their PC and did ORD550 with F21 there ... well ORD500 still says those
customer orders are in Picked status.

I listed ESR file members ... *FIRST has lots of stuff, but all the work
station members are 8192 bytes which I assume is the standard floor ... I
was hoping to find a candidate work station for ORD550 there with F21.

For one of the orders, without actually changing anything, I tried ORD500
F13 override (let me in) F20 header F14 status adjustments, but none of the
offered options seemed to be what I needed to take the order out of Picked
status

I am assuming there is some simple step to unpick customer orders and it is
staring me in the face but I am not seeing it.

Is this a simple field like in ECL or ECH to tweak with DFU, then run one
of the reorg options on SYS/23?  I suspect multiple files need to be in
sync.  I just don't know which ones.


Al Macintyre
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