If I remember correct, AS/SET CASE tool had a cross-reference file in those days. And if someone utilized AS/SET modeling effectively, it would have eased the business-understanding of the BPCS database (tables).

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On 1/24/2019 12:19 AM, George Varvaressos wrote:
Rob,
I agree. As is often the case its not about the technology but the
'business decisions.
When I was at the of SSA a colleague of mine developed a powerful
cross reference tool that I though would be made available with every
installation.
Short term thinking says charge for everything but this has
consequences
I have another approach. If it works out out I will let you know the
results!
Thanks again,
George




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