• Subject: Re: Identification of P.O. Numbers to be Printed
  • From: Leleux@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 18:01:23 GMT


Exactly what system did you reboot & who said to do that?

are you running NT  ;)

Why not run a query over POMAST looking for:

POPDT             P.O. print date
<OR>
MDATE             Date this record last maintained

is equal to 1001109 ?



                                                                                
               
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Mapics Environment: DB Y2K (Mod 4)
Modules of possible significance here: PUR, IM, PC&C, PDM, AP

Hi Mapics ML:

We experienced an unusual problem yesterday while trying to print
P.O.s.  The P.O. printing job was run very slow by the system and the
resulting printed P.O. was incomplete (it contained the heading information
and a special message related to our company's Thanksgiving hours; but
their was NO data in the body of the POs).

I telephoned Mapics Support and no definate cause of the problem was found.
The conclusion reached was to wait until today after the system rebooted
itself in the following morning and try to print the POs again.

This was done this morning and a batch of POs were printed with no problems
noted.

It now appears that the group of about 23 POs that we tried to print
yesterday did not come out for printing this morning.  Instead a later
group of about 7 POs were printed.

How do we identify the 23 PO numbers that didn't get printed yesterday so
that we can access the system and print them out individually using Select
5, "Single Purchase Order Pxxxxxx" on the "Print Purchase Order" screen
(AM64L1)?

I look forward to your comments.

Regards....

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