Sure seems to me like OPB is replaced by tags being dumped in.

We have the original source code which came with 405 CD
(any modifications we do go into a separate place, so as to
keep original source intact for PDM-54 check capability)

I am looking at INV650

The following files have update & add in the file specs
ILI IPH IWI

The following have add but not update
ITH

The following have update but not add
IIM YCI IPI

I suspect some of this might be to lock out other people from
messing with the files while this program is running.

I am just skimming through the code to catch highlights
relevant to this discussion thread

I see it adding WRKL3 to IOPB when indicator 66 is off
(indicator 66 has to do with whether the item type is 6) &
when I back track WRKL3 I see it accumulates PHQTY to update
by location, by warehouse, by item for the respective OPB
updates. At the lowest level it is zeroing OPB to replace it
with what came from PHQTY accumulation.

I think I have seen enough to answer the question.

Comments in the code also says
* it deletes any tags without locations
* it updates warehouse inventory on change of warehouse or
item
* it updates IIM with where ITH left off

Of course BPCS might have been re-written after 405 CD to use
a different logic system.

Al Macintyre

---- Original message ----
Date: Fri, 25 May 2007 20:35:54 -0500
From: "Moy, Bill" <bill.moy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] Need Help
To: "SSA's BPCS ERP System" <bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

Just want to clarify. I thought that Phy Inventory does not
affect the LOPB
till the next month end. It creates an adjustment between
the LOPB and the
phy count, or is that something we may have modified
internally.

Hi,> >We are usingBPCS 6.04.> I'm facing inventory
problem since Year end (31st Mar07)>
After month end the inventory opening balances are not
correct.Thanks,> > Vitthal Kulkarni> > Matsushita Washing
Machine I Pvt>Ltd> Pune (India)> >

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