I am confused too (my normal state). If the program is AMVATP0R and the
program exists in a user library, why not just use the normal MAPICS call
and turn off the ATP for the impacted offline load user. I don't think code
running off of user exits respect the program source they just fire if they
are active. We have much the same problem here with CSM and our taxation
user exit that prompts for a jurisdiction when the lookup fails. It goes

As a last resort you could always modify the calling program to do an
additional test before firing the user exit.



-----Original Message-----
From: John Furniss [mailto:jfurniss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2003 9:59 AM
To: mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: COM offline load

Hello list,
    We need to load customer orders through offline load, but are having
troubles with programs that display data to the workstation. Has anyone done
this and had success with getting around the normal COM display (such as
ATP)? We have a user exit turned on that calls our custom verision of ATP,
which needs to stay in place for our regular COM users, but must be by
passed for our offline loads.

    John Furniss

John Furniss
Applications Programmer
Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. mailto:jfurniss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Phone
(330) 343-4283 ext. 8371

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