We are on BPSC version 6.04 since July 1999 cum. We are currently
running on OS-V5R1. We are planning to move to OS V5R3, and we do not
have the BPCS Maintenance. Are there any known problems for this OS
upgrade in AS 400?
Thanks in advance for any help with this issue.  

Susan A. Wyatt
Production Control Coordinator
8040 University Blvd.
Des Moines, IA 50325
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subject: [BPCS-L] Update:  on Allocations not working

I just wanted to update the list on the question I posted last week
about our Allocations issue.  One day all the Allocations stopped
working.  What we found is that one of the programmers created a bunch
of ILM Location Master records with an SQL outside the regular
maintenance program. He was trying to save the users the work because
aprox. 10,000 locations were needed to be entered.  The problem occured
when the field "Location Usage" was set to blanks and the maintenance
screen list the valid values as 
0, 1, or 2.   As soon as we set all the newly created records to a valid
value all the allocations started working again.  Just wanted to let
people know.    Thanks  Kevin W. 


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