Actually your search might be better if you spelled it right, there's no E in FPOTYP.

It would be nice if their database either:
- showed a check constraint which listed the possible values for it, or
- showed a referential constraint which pointed FPOTYP to a table file which listed the types and their descriptions.

The only internet hit I got on FPOTYP was someone named George who asked about it in 2015.

I started searching source and I would find stuff like
API500D2: FPOTYP = 'TM' ; Order Type = TEMP
I stopped there as I think my coffee is ready.

-----Original Message-----
From: BPCS-L <bpcs-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of George Varvaressos
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2019 3:03 AM
To: bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [BPCS-L] Follow up FPOTYPE on KFP

Thanks Peter, I know about this. I need to know what FPOTYPE is.
I assume it something else and its 2 characters and as I said It might be SO,PO or RO just need someone to confirm!

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.

Best Regards,

Peter Lunde.
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