I'm not exactly sure what you are looking to do, but we use our RF devices
with 5250 emulation in day-to-day processing in our warehouse (mass
transfers, PO receipts and lot inventory inquiry), for a custom fire
extinguisher safety program, and also to do our customized physical
inventory processing.  While all of the applications use the barcoding in
some manner to cut down user input, they are basically designed to make it
faster and easier to get the necessary input for BPCS.
Rick Folsom
Yupo Corporation America

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Several people have asked questions on this list about using bar coding
with BPCS, but has anyone used RFID instead?  I know the basics about bar
coding, and have integrated it with BPCS, but someone has asked me about
using RFID for a specific task (that doesn't even need to interface with
BPCS).  As I've been exploring this (and learning a little about RFID in
the process!), I've wondered whether it makes sense to use RFID instead of
bar coding for some applications that will need to interface with BPCS.

Anyone with any experience in this area?

Lisa Abney
IT Development Manager
Sensient Flavors
Indianapolis, IN

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