In BPCS 405 CD this kind of data is stored in ESN file.

1. See if that is true also for your version.

ESN in 405 CD uses a note-type code to show whether this is for customer, order, line, whatever and if you DSPFD ESN scroll you will see empty members from ORD500 work and members with content such as RETURN containing notes on RMAs ... there is a field that SAYS order or customer but that field might contain other content based on the note type

2. Decipher what the codes are and content of fields for different types

3. Create a Query/400 or other access that will print out delivery notes ... at run time the user specifies for what order or whatever shipment you want it for.

We do something similar for engineering notes off of MPN file.

Al Macintyre

you wrote:

   Hi Andy,

   Thanks for the mail this is for our customers which means not for
   internal, also please note I don't have source programs is there any work
   around to make it possible to print delivery note.

   Thank you &

   Best Regards



   Syed Saleemuddin

    >Subject: BPCS-L Digest, Vol 2, Issue 206
   >Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2004 12:00:59 -0500
   >

   >
   >Today's Topics:
   >
   >    1. RE: BPCS-L Digest, Vol 2, Issue 204 (saleemuddin syed)
   >    2. RE: Purchase Lot Size (Andy Newell)
   >    3. RE: BPCS-L Digest, Vol 2, Issue 204 (Andy Newell)
   >
   >
   >----------------------------------------------------------------------
   >
   >message: 1
   >date: Wed, 06 Oct 2004 08:53:34 +0000
   >from: "saleemuddin syed" <syed_saleemuddin@xxxxxxxxxxx>
   >subject: RE: BPCS-L Digest, Vol 2, Issue 204
   >
   >    Many Thanks for the mails but still I could not print my delivery
   note.
   >    can some body help me
   >

<snip>


   >    >
   >    >When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific
   >    >than "Re: Contents of BPCS-L digest..."
   >    >
   >    >
   >    >Today's Topics:
   >    >
   >    >    1. Re: PRO (KASP6281@xxxxxxx)
   >    >    2. Re: Delivery Note Print (KASP6281@xxxxxxx)


<snip>

   >    >
   >    >------------------------------
   >    >
   >    >message: 2
   >    >date: Sat, 2 Oct 2004 09:55:00 EDT
   >    >from: KASP6281@xxxxxxx
   >    >subject: Re: Delivery Note Print
   >    >
   >    >With order class 7 you don't get a pick slip since this is a post
   ship
   >    entry.
   >    >  Have them use a different order class and walk through all the
   >    steps.  There
   >    >are trade offs to selecting different types and classes.
   >    >
   >    >As for the delivery note, is this something that prints standard in
   one
   >    of
   >    >the base classes?  I am not on the system right now to tell you, but
   if
   >    it is
   >    >associated to a base class like 2 or 5 for OLM, I would imagine that
   you
   >    need to
   >    >have that turned on to generate the data to those files so that it
   can
   >    print.
   >    >
   >    >Sorry I can't be more help, but I would have to look on a system to
   give
   >    you
   >    >a definitive answer.

   >    >
   >    >
   >    >
   >    >End of BPCS-L Digest, Vol 2, Issue 204
   >    >**************************************


<snip>

   >------------------------------
   >
   >message: 3
   >date: Wed, 6 Oct 2004 12:23:05 -0400
   >from: "Andy Newell" <anewell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
   >subject: RE: BPCS-L Digest, Vol 2, Issue 204
   >
   >In your first message you indicated that you now need a pick slip. Is
   that
   >document used internally? If it is you may need to begin using an order
   >class that involves picking.
   >
   >With regard to the delivery note, you should be able to see delivery
   notes
   >in the document master maintenance program (OLM145). In this program you
   can
   >view the events for which each is valid. If the delivery notes listed are
   >not valid for the appropriate events, you would need to copy one to a new
   >delivery note document and flag the appropriate events.
   >
   >Through order class maintenance (ORD170) you view the documents that are
   >available for each class. You will likely need to create a new class by
   >copying an order class with the appropriate events to a new class. In
   ORD170
   >link the new class to the new delivery note document created above.
   >
   >Andy
   >
   >-----Original Message-----

   >saleemuddin syed
   >Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 2004 4:54 AM
   >To: bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
   >Subject: RE: BPCS-L Digest, Vol 2, Issue 204
   >
   >
   >    Many Thanks for the mails but still I could not print my delivery
   note.
   >    can some body help me

<snip>

   >    >When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific
   >    >than "Re: Contents of BPCS-L digest..."

<snip>


> >message: 2 > >date: Sat, 2 Oct 2004 09:55:00 EDT > >from: KASP6281@xxxxxxx > >subject: Re: Delivery Note Print > > > >With order class 7 you don't get a pick slip since this is a post ship > entry. > > Have them use a different order class and walk through all the > steps. There > >are trade offs to selecting different types and classes. > > > >As for the delivery note, is this something that prints standard in one > of > >the base classes? I am not on the system right now to tell you, but if > it is > >associated to a base class like 2 or 5 for OLM, I would imagine that you > need to > >have that turned on to generate the data to those files so that it can > print. > > > >Sorry I can't be more help, but I would have to look on a system to give > you > >a definitive answer.

   >    >End of BPCS-L Digest, Vol 2, Issue 204
   >    >**************************************
   >
_
   >
   >End of BPCS-L Digest, Vol 2, Issue 206
   >**************************************

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