Following steps are involved is using UR1 Application
prefix.

1) All the programs' name relating to this application
would start using UR1 prefix. e.g UR1500, UR1800....

2) The users would be given access to UR1 application using
same concept as any other BPCS application. In SYS600
security program, a 'Y' against UR1 would mean user has
access to all the programs starting from UR1 or access to
individual programs would be given by listing the program
in Program Names part of the SYS600-02 screen.


Syed Arif Inam
Dey, L.P.
Napa, California

--- Chris Devous <cdevous@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Evidently, we can set up user defined product codes (UR1
> - UR5) in 405CD.  Can 
> someone detail the procedure?
> 
> TIA,
> 
> --Chris
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