We had the same sort of issue and the fix was relatively simple.

The interface program reads the necessary information from the 3rd party 
package to create the BBH & BBL records.  From that information the ECH & ECL 
records are created in a temporary library that has been added to this job's 
library list.  Once the ECH & ECL records have been created, the normal billing 
program is run in BPCS.  In this way ALL of the BPCS files are updated just as 
if an order had been shipped against in BPCS.  After the billing program has 
run the temporary ECH & ECL files are deleted.

Good Luck!

Norman Boyd
Showa Aluminum Corporation of America

>>> buser@xxxxxxxxxxxx 10/21/04 11:01PM >>>

   Our company has recently acquired a line of business that we ne= ed to
   import receivables into BPCS for.  We have contacted the help de= sk to
   determine how best to import receivables into BPCS without keying all= of
   the data.  Unfortunately, there is no program in BPCS that would a= llow
   you to bring this data in and perform the BPCS edits against.
   <DI= V>
   Can someone point me in the right direction in regards t= o how we can
   correctly write this data into RAR?  Since none of these = invoices will
   be generated via Billing, is it possible to pull the BPCS inv= oice entry
   program and go through it to determine how to write the data in?=   Does
   anyone know the program that we need to get out of AS/Set to lo= ok at

   Thanks in advance to anyone who has = attempted to do the same and can
   give us any information.
    <= /DIV>
   Jerry Hunt
   Neuville Industries Inc.
   jhunt%neu= ville.com
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