Thanks, Rob.

Will look at your suggestion on journaling the files. I have already contacted Infor but haven't received any positive reply except that it is being researched.

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Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] Imbalance between GLH and GSB

If you journal those files you could analyze those for causes. If you are running a HA (High Availability) solution then odds are high you are journalling those files.

You might want to ask Infor if they have any BMRs out there to address this. Then again, if they have a fix it program it could be one of those things they just can't figure out and decided to patch it with the fix it program.


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From: "antwi, isaac a." <iantwi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "BPCS ERP System (bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx)" <bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 10/13/2017 07:15 AM
Subject: [BPCS-L] Imbalance between GLH and GSB
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Dear All,


For some time now we have been having imbalances between the journal
detail file (GLH) and the summary file (GSB). Though I know running the
program CEA971 would reconcile the two files, what are the possible
technical causes of this issue?

Thanks and Regards,

Isaac Ayeh Antwi
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