My understanding is (at least in our archaic BPCS) you need to make a "wrapper" 
program that begins with UR1.  Then you register the wrapper program to BPCS 
maintenance using the Security Object Maint menu option.

Hope this helps.

For instance . . . program UR1000C

/*   Application : SALES                                           */ 
/*   Program Name: UR1000C - CALLS SPM SALES INQUIRY               */ 
/*******************************************************************/ 
/*        Start of Program:                                        */ 
             PGM                                                      
                                                                      
/*        Main program logic:                                      */ 
/*                                                                 */ 
/*                                                                 */ 
             STSLSINQ   SKIPSELECT(*NO)                               
                                                                      
/*        End of Program:                                          */ 
             ENDPGM                                                   




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Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 10:09:59 -0700
From: "Chris Devous" <cdevous@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: User Defined Product Codes, 405CD

All,

Thanks for the responses.  This is valuable information.

What I was hoping was that I could call UR1 whatever I want.  I have a program 
called XFR500, used to transfer data to a database application, which I'd like 
users 
to be able to call from the attention window.  I've set it up in security 
objects as a 
menu object.  When someone with security type U attempts this, they get 
"Invalid 
BPCS product code XFR given."  When someone with security type S attempts it, 
they get into the program.

We are 405CD.

TIA,

--Chris


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