Hi George,

In BPCS 4.05CD, KFP has a field named FTYPE which is 1 byte long and contains P for Planned Orders and F for Firm Planned Orders.

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Peter Lunde.
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-----Original Message-----
date: Wed, 16 Jan 2019 11:23:01 +1100
from: "George Varvaressos" <gvarvaressos@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] FPOTYPE in KFP

Does anyone know what?FPOTYPE in KFP has for its values?
My guess is it means FPO Type {PO,SO,RO} representing the different
types of orders being converted from Firm Planned toPurchase Orders,
Shop Orders & Resupply Orders.
If not how are these indicated. Apologies I don't have access to BPCS.

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