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On earlier versions of BPCS
ship-to zero meant use the same address as the bill to

customer type meant some reference to be used by the client independently of
BPCS acting on the coding, other than to sequence some AR reports.

We have been using customer type to manage reports based on who's in charge
of which cluster of customers, like a sales person #, except used for
factory supervisors, order entry personnel, QC inspectors etc.

On Mon, 21 Jul 2008 11:09:49 -0400, Debra Glass wrote
We are on 6101 Mixed mode. We are having an issue with one order
where the customer ship-to was set up incorrectly. We would like to
know what the impact of the customer-type field is in ORD100. When a
new customer ship-to is added, we always set the type to '1' but we
had an instance where it was added as a type of "0". The order
processed through to billing just fine but will not go to our data
warehouse. What impact if any, does the 0 customer type have on
the rest of BPCS? Thank you,

Debra Glass
Business Systems Analyst, EDI Support
C B. Fleet Company, Inc.
glassd@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:glassd@xxxxxxxxxxx>


help text says:

00 All addresses

01 Ship-to address
02 Promotional Payment-to address
03 Invoice-to address
04 Lock Box-to address

06 Ship-from address

As you use BPCS, the Customer Master Maintenance, Order Entry,
Purchasing, and Invoicing programs search for the address type that
matches their function. If BPCS does not find the appropriate
address type, the information defaults to the 00 address type.

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