• Subject: Force Close Purchase Orders
  • From: "hrishikesh kotwal" <hdkotwal@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 14:06:20 GMT

Dear ML,

I have the following problem:

Environment: OS/400 V4R3M0; MAPICS XA V2R4

Since we do not have the AP module installed and running in our company our 
Purchase Orders are not closed by MAPICS (There might be some other reason 
for PO's not being closed by Mapics but this is what I have deducted). POs 
have to be force closed, this procedure is going on for a long time in my 
company. In the process of closing the Purchase Orders forcefully Users 
sometimes enter the wrong PO#. I intend to write a validation program and 
through this program I want to call the MAPICS Purchase Order Force close 

My question is, how do I know the name of the Mapics program which closes 
Purchase Orders forcefully? Also, what parameters have to be passed to this 
Mapics program in order to initiate it?

We don't have the Mapics Source code therefore this task of finding the 
program is unusually difficult. Please guide me in this regards...



Hrishikesh Kotwal.
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