We had the same issue and we customized the BPCS programs to garantee
the security and visibility for the critical process.
The solution is prepare into the programs a statement that make a
called of the SYS program thats verify the access authorized for the
specific company.


2009/4/9 <Sam.Martin@xxxxxxxxxx>:
We are starting to use multiple companies in one BPCS environment.    It
works fine for the transaction part of the processes.  It limits access to
Company specific customers, vendors, etc.   The issue we are having is only
allowing a specific company to see specific vendors, customers, etc.  When
they do an inquiry they get all vendors, customers, etc.

Has anyone had this issue and if so how did you resolve it?

Samantha Martin - Sr. Systems Analyst - Belden Americas Division

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