Thanks for your info. I'll get our operations supervisor to talk to you
if we have further questions.



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[BPCS-L] BPCS ECM Question


There are three parameters that control the length of time each ECM job
remains active.

You'll find these parameters under option 13 (ECAs) for the Collection
Control Manager (CCM) and Dispatch Manager (EDM).

LPFCTLOOP - number of loops you need the job to run

LPFCTSEC - number of seconds between each run (job goes into delay wait
status for the number of seconds specified)

LPFCTTIME - the time at which you want the job to start


Franck Guillet
Senior ERP/EDI Consultant

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From: SKumaran@xxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2010 16:08:21 -0400
Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] BPCS ECM Question


ECM (Electronic Commerce Manager) which brings in our customer orders to

BPCS via EDI ( Electronic Data Interchange).

We have the ECM startup jobs in ROBOT but the problem is that it ends
itself after 480 minutes. The job log does not show errors.

There should be a parameter some where in BPCS ECM files that is set
a timer to end the jobs.



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