Dennis - How is everything?  We have not had this problem in 6.1, can't
remember 6.0 honestly.  We have a couple customers in Clinton where they
hard allocate specific lots for customer order lines, and I ran a query to
see if we have any lines that are shipped with open allocations.  None at
all, with a couple thousand shipments.  I do have a question for you - do
they ever move INV510 T transaction - after allocation but before shipping?
I seem to remember allocations stay with a location and it could be a
problem.  Let me know if you want - either way, see you at the user group!

        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Dennis Basiner [SMTP:dbasiner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
        Sent:   Monday, May 19, 2003 10:58 AM
        To:     BPCS MIDRANGE
        Subject:        Lot control

        Hi,
                We are on BPCS 6.04 July99 cum and have implemented lot
control. We are
        starting to have problems with hard allocations not going away when
lot
        controlled items are invoiced. Does anyone  have any similar
experiences (or
        other) ? We are planning to upgrade to 6.1 but not for a few months.

        Regards,
        Dennis Basiner
        Manager, Information Systems
        Cains Foods L.P.
        Tel. 978.772.0300
        Email dbasiner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


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