Hi Pete Olshavsky:

Thanks for your reply posting.

Yes we have G/L and the interface is on between it and P/R.

For some reason, prior years Period 5 P/R J/E's did not get cleared from the 
TEMGEN file at the fiscal year end closing.  They certainly got copied into the 
CURHIS file OK during the prior year's Period 5.

I notied that the Year field for all PR J/E's are populated only with a zero 
(0); not 103 or 104 as your sample RPG program suggests.

The five (5) prior year Period 5 P/R J/E's have Journal Reference Numbers 
ranging from: PR00822-% to PR00826-%.

Perhaps it's possible to rewrite the RPG program using the Journal Reference 
Numbers at the conditional test.

I look forward to your follow up posting and perhaps suggestions from other 
Mapica ML members.

Al Gershen
Cost Accountant Lead
ECS Composites
Grants Pass, OR, USA

> From: Pete Olshavsky <polshavsky@xxxxxxxxx>
> Date: 2004/04/20 Tue AM 10:24:49 PDT
> To: MAPICS ERP System Discussion <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: TEMGEN contains prior year PR JEs
> Al,  Not sure why those records would still be in temgen.. Do you have G/L? 
> is the interface between P/R & G/L on? Once a month gets closed in G/L then 
> the Temgen records get moved to Curhis. So either, you are not using G/L or 
> these records got posted after 2003 period 5 was closed. 
> Can you write an RPG pgms? Pretty simple pgm to write. I have done many times
> Just compare fld
> EYEAR eq to 103 and EMNTH eq to 05. 
> Let me know if you have any questions
> Pete

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