You may want to look at the option that will print the picklist for an
order only when all the items have enough inventory.
We call it "smart picklist", but I am not sure if MAPICS calls it this.

Steve Jones

                    "Andrea Rosner"                                             
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Dear All,

I wonder if anybody had a similar problem.

Our customer service people were able in BPCS to enter an order and add a
'T' which stopped shipment until all goods were available. The system
released the order without input from customer service when all goods were
In Mapics this option by order is not available.
I offered the manual hold option in COM by order that can be actioned by
user (and has to be maintained)
and the option to flag a customer as no part shipments allowed. Both
options have been rejected by managment.

Any suggestions?
We are on XA R4 with IFM installed.


Andrea Rosner-Piesch
SLI Australia

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