Chris,
At the client I am working for, we did just that, Additional ZERO price hold
for the order, which puts order on user hold.
However without modification, you may be able to get around with margin
hold. It will not prevent entry of the order, but will prevent further
processing, unless it is released from hold. I do not have access to LX
right now, but I believe the margin hold functionality is there.

Hope this helps,

Yan Shargorodsky
Y&Y Solutions Inc.
Phone:(702) 248-5155
Cell: (267) 934-8327
Email: yshargorodsky@xxxxxxxxxx



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From: bpcs-l-bounces+yshargorodsky=yysinc.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx
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Sent: Friday, December 05, 2008 7:12 AM
To: BPCS ERP System
Subject: [BPCS-L] ORD700 - Add edit for zero price


Currently all customer orders are priced using special pricing. The
nature of our business requires that each customer/ product combination
have its own price and effectivity dates. When a price expires ORD700
will issue a warning message(UME6055) stating the price is zero but will
allow the order line to be accepted. This has resulted in zero priced
lines being shipped on a few occasions. Our management would like the
system the prevent zero priced order lines from being entered. We would
like to make the zero price edit an error instead of a warning. Is there
a way to configure the system to do this? Or is a modification required?
We are using ERP LX version 8.3.1. We are new to BPCS having migrated
from PRMS recently.

Christopher Wynn
AB Mauri Foods, Inc./Ohly Americas
Information Systems
314-392-0876
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