There are 2 fields in the RAR file that ACR500 looks at to determine if a
document is "In Use". The fields are 1) ARWSID must be blank to allow
use. and 2) ARPTYP must not = ":".



Dick Bower
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From: saranga rajan <rajan_saranga@xxxxxxxxx>

To: bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx

Date: 12/29/2010 10:42 AM

Subject: [BPCS-L] Record in use by another workstation

Sent by: bpcs-l-bounces+dbower=shopvac.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx






Hi All,

We are using ERPLX 8.3 and one of our record shows "Record in use by
another
workstation" during ACR500 when we select to allocate a particular
document. I
checked in RAR and that particular document was with the Record ID "TP". As
this
has not affected the subsystem and as well GL, we removed the record with
the
Record ID "TP" thinking that would solve the issue.

Even afterthat, the "Record in use by another workstation" issue continues.

Require your help in releasing this particular record from the workstation.
Any
idea which other files i have to look into to resolve this issue.

Many Thanks
Saranga



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