>From 2000, we started run BPCS 6.0.2 client/server, at beginning, I setup 
the client version on windows 98, after the user PC upgraded to windows 
2000/XP, you must install the old version (such as V3R1M3) client access 
express, due to the BPCS 6.0.2 client /server use SNA protocol to 
communicate with the host(AS400) and the new version client access express 
is different with the old one, so please try install AS400 client access 
express(V3R1M3) then setup the BPCS client/server 6.0.2, it will solve the 
problem, furthermore, if your windows 2000/XP is chinese version or set up 
the language to chinese, the value with decimal place will not appear.

Rgds,

XP,Cao
Email to: xinpingcao@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Telephone: 0755-27813450
Fax: 0755-27803658
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message: 1
date: Mon, 24 May 2004 11:31:26 -0700
from: Doug_McLauchlan@xxxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: Using BPCS v6.0.02 Mixed Mode Client Server (COM) on XP?

Older versions of FRW will not work on XP.

You will need to get and apply BMR 39659 to upgrade your ALAUNCH program 
as well as several other BMR's to allow FRW to work on XP.

We're fighting through this right now.

Doug McLauchlan
Office: (503) 748-5988
Cell: (503) 706-7525




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Does anybody have experience of using BPCSv6.x Mixed Mode Client Software
on Windows XP?

We are currently doing a rollout of XP desktops and have done some testing
on XP and have not yet encountered any problems with COM software (we only
use Order Entry and RMAs no CEA).

I would appreciate any learnings from anyone who is using 'old' BPCS
software on XP, keeping in mind that for example the 6.0.02 Mixed Mode
software was originally used on Win95.

Regards


Gerald Lewis



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message: 2
date: Mon, 24 May 2004 15:40:05 -0400
from: kedwards@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
subject: Tradepaq Forms

Greetings!

We are looking for anyone who is using Tradepaq EDM on the iseries(aka 
AS400).
If you are out there or have information, please respond!!

Thanks!
Karen Edwards
Arkwright, Inc.
538 Main Street
Fiskeville, RI 02823
401-821-1000
Fax 401-828-1550
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message: 3
date: Mon, 24 May 2004 15:50:50 -0500
from: Alister Wm Macintyre <macwheel99@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Tradepaq Forms

Check the BPCS archives ... there has been some past discussion by BPCS 
users who use this.
Also check OTHER midrange_L archives ... there are other discussion groups 

for other ERP on the iseries 400 that might also have info useful to you.

At 02:40 PM 5/24/04, you wrote:
>Greetings!
>
>We are looking for anyone who is using Tradepaq EDM on the iseries(aka
>AS400).
>If you are out there or have information, please respond!!
>
>Thanks!
>Karen Edwards
>Arkwright, Inc.
>538 Main Street
>Fiskeville, RI 02823
>401-821-1000
>Fax 401-828-1550
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message: 4
date: Tue, 25 May 2004 08:22:17 +0700
from: "Kusman Lim" <kusman@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: Using BPCS v6.0.02 Mixed Mode Client Server (COM) on XP?

Gerald,

We have used it since last year. We use 6002plf Full C/S.  This only can
run on English version, we have tested on Chinesse version but it is
unable to run.

Regards 


Kusman Lim
PT Takeda Indonesia


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Subject: Using BPCS v6.0.02 Mixed Mode Client Server (COM) on XP?


Does anybody have experience of using BPCSv6.x Mixed Mode Client
Software on Windows XP?

We are currently doing a rollout of XP desktops and have done some
testing on XP and have not yet encountered any problems with COM
software (we only use Order Entry and RMAs no CEA).

I would appreciate any learnings from anyone who is using 'old' BPCS
software on XP, keeping in mind that for example the 6.0.02 Mixed Mode
software was originally used on Win95.

Regards


Gerald Lewis



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message: 5
date: Tue, 25 May 2004 07:25:41 +0100
from: Paul.Bogle@xxxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: Using BPCS v6.0.02 Mixed Mode Client Server (COM) on XP?





We are running 6.04 mixed mode and have given up on FRW. We are rolling 
out
'Spreadsheet Server' from Essential Finance. (www.essentialfinance.net)

It's an add-in for Excel and can prepare nicely formatted reports
incorporating all Excel functionality AND you can drill down from the
report to the GLH details. It sold itself to the finance users.

Paul Bogle
Business Systems Manager
+44 7979 745404


 
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Older versions of FRW will not work on XP.

You will need to get and apply BMR 39659 to upgrade your ALAUNCH program
as well as several other BMR's to allow FRW to work on XP.

We're fighting through this right now.

Doug McLauchlan
Office: (503) 748-5988
Cell: (503) 706-7525




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Does anybody have experience of using BPCSv6.x Mixed Mode Client Software
on Windows XP?

We are currently doing a rollout of XP desktops and have done some testing
on XP and have not yet encountered any problems with COM software (we only
use Order Entry and RMAs no CEA).

I would appreciate any learnings from anyone who is using 'old' BPCS
software on XP, keeping in mind that for example the 6.0.02 Mixed Mode
software was originally used on Win95.

Regards


Gerald Lewis



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message: 6
date: Tue, 25 May 2004 09:54:23 +0200
from: Peter Haluska <haluska@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Using BPCS v6.0.02 Mixed Mode Client Server (COM) on XP?

Hi,

Gerald, we are using BPCS v 6004 MM Client on WXP.
It was necessary to install BMR6457296, but it work fine (CEA) now.

Regards
Peter

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>
> Does anybody have experience of using BPCSv6.x Mixed Mode Client 
Software
> on Windows XP?
>
> We are currently doing a rollout of XP desktops and have done some 
testing
> on XP and have not yet encountered any problems with COM software (we 
only
> use Order Entry and RMAs no CEA).
>
> I would appreciate any learnings from anyone who is using 'old' BPCS
> software on XP, keeping in mind that for example the 6.0.02 Mixed Mode
> software was originally used on Win95.
>
> Regards
>
>
> Gerald Lewis
>
>
>
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message: 7
date: Tue, 25 May 2004 07:59:23 -0500 (GMT-05:00)
from: lwl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
subject: Field Service Application

Has anyone on this list had experience with an AS400 based  field service 
application.  In use the remote reps would use laptops to sync their data 
with the host's on a daily basis. 

Roy Luce
Q Systems, Inc.




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