Hello Krishna Kant or Madie (you have used 2 different names on the same
gmail e-mail address?),

You do not state what company you are at for me to look up in our client
care system and find out what media image was created for you to
download. From where did you obtain this software catalog or from where
did you get this instruction to run this command ? From my research,
this name 'b1' is not a valid catalog name from any Infor copy of the
software which we deliver and is not a name which is listed in any of
our official V8.2 installation instructions.

You will therefore need to log an issue with Infor365 support to resolve
the problem.

Thank you,

Genyphyr Novak | Senior Architect, ERP LX Architecture | Infor | office:
+33 450 53 93 70 | genyphyr.novak@xxxxxxxxx

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message: 3
date: Wed, 6 Aug 2008 18:21:38 +0530
from: Madie <bpcs.erp@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [BPCS-L] implementing mixed mode

Hi,

Thanks for you reply.

i am trying to load image catalog to virtual drive

LODIMGCLG IMGCLG(b1) DEV(OPTVRT01) OPTION(*LOAD)

but i am getting this error.

Error with virtual volume image. ( Message ID . . . . . . : OPT1390
)

how can we rectify it so that i can Load the Image successfully.


thanks in advance.
Madie



On 8/5/08, Genyphyr Novak <Genyphyr.Novak@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Hello,

You need to get the Mixed Mode install media from Infor and restore a
new environment. Then you need to take the object library from the
Mixed Mode install, and update that to the same BMR level you have in
your Client/Server environment (which, if you have not stayed up to
date on BMRs in your CS environment you will have to update both at
the same time if you want to continue to use CS too and share the same

environment, so that all objects are at the same BMR level). You can
use the database library from your existing environment.

The so-called 'batch' programs ending in 'B' and 'C' in BPCS are the
same objects in MM and CS. In CS the display programs which control
the UI (ending in D, D1 D2 etc.) are replaced by another set of 'D'
programs and display files in MM. This is the main difference - the UI

programs are not the same objects, though the processing business
logic is exactly the same and they are generated from the same AS/SET
definition.


There are instructions you can get from Infor365 Support to run a
single environment that supports both MM and CS simultaneously.

Thanks,

Genyphyr Novak | Senior Architect, ERP LX Architecture | Infor |
office:
+33 450 53 93 70 | genyphyr.novak@xxxxxxxxx
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message: 1
date: Mon, 4 Aug 2008 15:18:18 +0530
from: "Krishna Kant" <bpcs.erp@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] implementing mixed mode

Hi ,

can any one please help me figure out , what all is needed to
implement Mixed mode if i am already using CS.

i am using version 8.2.

thanks
madie

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