Thank you for all your responses. I received a lot of replies off line

We have been working with BPCS since 1998 and migrated from 6.1.01 to 
8.2.01 last year.
 After the specific BOM conversion we also need to run BOM900.
(We already run several reorganize programs automatically on a daily base 

We are still thinking about the payables. The solution depents on the 
number of open payables.
We will probaly decide to re-enter them via ACP500.

For our stock levels we have used to BPCS Enable package . This allows us 
to script a Macro, which enters the opening balances via the INV500 screen 
in a web enviuronment.
We can also use this to enter our open payables.


"Craig Chaddock" <cchaddock@xxxxxxxxxx> 
Sent by:
31-10-2005 23:05
Please respond to
"SSA's BPCS ERP System" <bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

"SSA's BPCS ERP System" <bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

RE: [BPCS-L] Re: Converting the BOM into BPCS

What version are you converting to? I have many scripts to convert from

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Sent: Monday, October 31, 2005 4:36 PM
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Subject: [BPCS-L] Re: Converting the BOM into BPCS

Peter Heeren wrote:
> Other files we are going to convert:
> - item master
> - vendor master
> - customer master
> - item-x-reference
> - costing
> - sales prices
> - stock levels
> - open receivables
> - open payables


I have written numerous programs to pull and massage data for loading of
the BPCS database.  The only item listed above -I- would not attempt (at
least at the 405CD level) is the Open Payables unless the requirements
have it re-keyed would be considerably prohibitive.


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