Long story; we do not use the Material Status Inquiry screen very often. User was attempting to fulfill a special data request. This is not a new problem; I just took the time to open a ticket with INFOR and to do some investigation. Hopefully the user will OK a query solution.


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I've gotta say, that if your users truly have a need to page through 9,999+ rows then you need to discover what they are truly trying to do and how often they 'need' to do this.
Perhaps a query that shows them the information they need would be more applicable.


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