Check the ZPD table. Make sure the value in PDENUS is the same as the
user ID used to run the scheduled job.
We have the same issue when we try to force the billing job to run
(Option 10 in WRKJOBSCDE or DO in Robot) as opposed to letting the
scheduler run it at the appointed time. The user id gets set incorrectly
to the user who starts the job rather that the user specified on the
scheduled job and as a result the print processor doesn't pick up the
ZPD records.

You can often make them print by signing onto BPCS as the user in PDENUS
and reprinting any invoice (BIL560). That should make the print
processor pick up all the unprinted invoices.

Doug McLauchlan
-----Original Message-----
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Behalf Of Ahmed.Hussain@xxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2008 4:53 PM
To: bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [BPCS-L] Automatic Billing


We are on BPCS 8.2, we are in the process of Implementing automatic
Billing, and we have enhanced some of the billing program to do this
We have created a schedule job to complete this task. Every thing works
fine, the only problem we are facing is some time BIL550O is not being
generated. Any help would highly be appreciated.


Ahmed Hussain

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