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Dunno.  Depends on what MDCC wants.....  Since the program doesn't seem to
be set up for barcoding, but for data entry, I figured I'd use the P.O.#
and the Item#.

Cork





Jeff Snyder <jgsnyder@infonline.net>
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Hey Dale, Jeff here,

Hmmm, I would think mapics would want the 'turn-around #" that is
assigned when you generate the PMC PO receiving Doc ???

Are you going 'custom' ??


Jeff Snyder CPIM

Ind. mapics consuntant
-----Original Message-----
From: DaleGindlesperger@fft-inc.com
To: mapics-l@midrange.com
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2002 20:58:18 -0400
Subject: Re: Receiving products using Scanners

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> Eric,
>
>
>
> More than likely it will be a Code 39 containing the full MAPICS P.O.#,
> and
> possibly the 15 character item#.  At least, that's what we are hoping
> for.  On
> the barcoded sheets that we will provide (via fax) to the selected
> vendors,
> that is definitely what we will be using.
>
>
>
> Dale @ Fleetwood
> "Eric Wolf" <eric_a_wolf@hotmail.com>
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> Dale,
> Is the barcode that the vendor (hopefully) supplying, the MAPICS
> barcode?
> Eric
> >From: DaleGindlesperger@fft-inc.com
> >Reply-To: mapics-l@midrange.com
> >To: mapics-l@midrange.com
> >Subject: Re: Receiving products using Scanners
> >Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2002 16:57:48 -0400
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> >Eric,
> >
> >We are in the beginning stages of a project to do this (automated
> >receiving); we've been waiting for low cost R/F transceivers to
> connect to
> >our thin client PCs and they are now available. We need large screens
> (to
> >view blueprints for receiving inspection) and mobility (R/F on thin
> >clients on a battery powered cart). We will have to have two ways of
> >handling incoming orders. The first way will have the vendors shipping
> us
> >the parts with the P.O. and (hopefully) the item# barcoded. We will be
> >working on that on a vendor by vendor basis. We plan on starting with
> >some "make to order" vendors that prepare parts for us in response to
> >specific customer orders, and we fax them an order form that they
> attach
> >to the parts when they are delivered (private trucking company). We
> will
> >be sending them a barcode on our fax - our faxing software
> (Unifier/400
> >from Cornerstone Communications) supports that. On our other vendors,
> we
> >are currently struggling to get them to provide the P.O. on the
> incoming
> >packages in human-readable, let alone bar codes. We're trying.
> >
> >What we are going to do is write a small vendor name search program
> that
> >will return a list of all open P.O.s for a given vendor (search by
> name),
> >and let the receiver select the P.O. from the list, then call MDCC's
> >Purchased Receipt program (we own MDCC). If we didn't we could still
> >write the "RP" transaction, but we'd rather let MDCC do it. Of course,
> it
> >would be nice if ISE and MAPICS would provide a search of open P.O.s
> by
> >vendor name to MDCC...... (hint hint).
> >
> >Pop me an e-mail in 30 days and I'll let you know how it's going.
> >
> >Dale @ Fleetwood
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >"Eric Wolf"
> >Sent by: mapics-l-admin@midrange.com
> >07/15/02 05:34 PM
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> >To the list,
> >Is anyone receiving products using PMC or PLMC via barcodes, scanners,
> >etc.?
> >If so, how are you getting the barcodes onto the incoming documents?
> Are
> >you
> >shipping a label with your Purchase Order, or are you printing the
> barcode
> >on
> >the Purchase order? I have a customer that wants to start receiving
> this
> >way
> >but does not have PM&C. They are using Midrange's PQR which does not
> >allow
> >the using of scanners. Has anyone modified this to do this?
> >
> >Thanks for any help...
> >Eric A. Wolf
> >Independent MAPICS Consultant
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