Rony,

Don't go there. Use the customer master file, and ship-to master file 
fields (there are several that can be configured, such as the SCRF fields 
in the Sales panel) to accomplish what you want to do. 

Frederick C. Davy, CPIM, PMP
Business Systems Analyst
Interface Solution, Inc.
Phone: (315) 592-8101
Fax: (315) 592-8481
e-mail: fcdavy@xxxxxxxxxxxx




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[BPCS-L] Sales order type






Hi Guys,

I have some doubts regarding the way that BPCS handles Sales Order types 
and
reason codes.

In our system, the sales order types have to be setup with only one
character (when a salesperson enters a sale, he chooses which order type 
he
wants to use, from A to Z and 0 to 9). So we have only 33 order types.

Each order type is associated with a reason code, with defines how this 
sale
should be booked in the accounting. Since I'm new in BPCS, I was wondering
if we could define the Order type and reason code for a specific order, so
that we could book this order in a specific way. If we could do that we
would have an n-to-n relationship between order types and reason codes.

The way we have our system implemented, we have only a 1-to-1 
relationship,
since the order types have the reason codes already defined.

Can we change that ? How do we do it ?

Thanks in advance,

Rony

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