Kindest Regards,

Gerry Duhon, CPIM
Director of Inventory
ETA Cuisenaire
500 Greenview Court
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
W. 847.968.5103
C. 224.622.3209
gduhon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 


Subject: [BPCS-L] WHM

Norman,

The SSA employees are correct that WHM is not designed for your stated
applications. The WHM module was designed to support Pharmaceutical
manufacturing. On your version of BPCS the SFC, PUR, and INV modules will
handle your needs. All of the screens from these applications are currently
being used on scanners.

Kindest Regards,

Gerry Duhon, CPIM
Director of Inventory
ETA Cuisenaire
500 Greenview Court
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
W. 847.968.5103
C. 224.622.3209
gduhon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx



Is anyone using the Warehouse Management module in V6.00.04? If so, can
you give me some insight on its actual capabilities?

We have not used shop floor control in the way that it SHOULD be used.
We have used BPCS so far to inform BPCS of the production that has
occurred instead of allowing BPCS to drive the process. I am currently
looking at building applications to allow users to receive small parts
against purchase orders, put away items into the warehouse, move items
in the warehouse, and pick items for delivery to the production floor,
all to fit on screen dimensions for a scanner. I would much rather
modify existing applications, if they work right, instead of building my
own.

I have been told by, then SSA employees, that the WHM module isn't all
that and they would not recommend using it.

Thank you

Norman K. Boyd
Showa Aluminum Corp. of America
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message: 6
date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 16:54:33 +0100
from: "Clare Holtham" <Clare.Holtham@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] Fw: SQL error - damaged index maybe??

(should have posted this to the BPCS List maybe!)

Hi all,

I have been asked to look at this problem - customer filled up their disk
and system crashed. Afterwards, consultant deleted a whole lot of libs,
some
were in the BPCS library list!
He has restored the libs that were in the libl...but doesn't fix the
error:
Since then, pick confirm and BIL501 both issue error msgs MCH3402 and
CPF4204, 'tried to refer to all or part of an object no longer there' and
'internal failure in query processor'. Msgs are coming from QQQIMPLE and
QQQQUERY (STARFC), also SQL0901 from QSQROUTE (CK_DEBUG) but no clue as to
which object is affected.
Tried RCLSTG and IPL, could try copyfile - but which file??
Anyone have any other ideas? Get it to recreate access paths maybe?

thanks,

Clare

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