Those views came out in a BMR bundle.   You should go back and make sure you followed all the readme's that were sent in the BMR's to ensure these views get created.


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Today's Topics:

  1. File Differences in the same LX release? (Thomas Garvey)
  2. Re: File Differences in the same LX release? (Rob Berendt)
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  4. Re: File Differences in the same LX release? (Thomas Garvey)


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date: Thu, 10 Oct 2019 14:45:33 -0500
from: Thomas Garvey <tgarvey@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] File Differences in the same LX release?

Hi,

I'm working with two clients who both have Infor LX v8.3.05. At least
that's what the splash screen and SSASYSx data areas say.
But one of them is missing some views over the ZX2 and ZX3 files. Since
these are fairly fundamental files in BPCS security, wouldn't there be
some indication in release level or ptf level to identify whether your
version has differences constituted by the presence of these views?

So, I'll put the question out there:

Do you have the SQL views named ZX2VA3, ZX2VA4, and ZX3VA3, ZX3VA4? And
if so, what LX version are you on? How do you know that version for sure?

Best Regards,


Thomas Garvey




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