Hello Michael,

Thank you for responding, I really do appreciate it.

It sounds like CST600C in 4.05 CD works similar to 6.04, but a lot of other
'call' programs (in addition to CST600B), i.e., CST600D, CST504, CST502,
CST503, CST501, & CST500B along w/ the usual security programs...  It looks
like CST600D retrieves the parms from the screen (I imagine similar to your
AS/SET selection criteria), then updates the LDA w/ these parms for the rest
of the programs to use.  So I believe I need to tinker mostly w/ CST600D in
order to customize CST600C (4.05 CD version) to run nightly...

It will definitely save keying time.

Thanks again.

DeeDee Virgei

 -----Original Message-----
From:   Michael Eck [mailto:michael.eck@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent:   Tuesday, May 04, 2004 2:43 PM
To:     bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject:        Re: Schedule Cost Rolls Automatically...

We are on 6.04 and are running CST600 in our monthly process in an
automated fashion. It's been way too long since I've seen the 4.05 source,
so I hesitate to say our solution would work for you.

Our version of CST600 runs an AS/SET display program to accept the
selection criteria. Then it simply passes the screen parms to the RPG
program within a set of data structures. We created an RPG program that
accepts parameters from our month CL, loads them into the data structures,
and calls CST600B. Very simple and very reliable. It saved a ton of time in
the day when every month-end was keyed by hand.

Best Regards,
Michael Eck
Sandvik Materials Technology, Information Services
Clarks Summit, PA 18411

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