Pete, he's using 13-period accounting. It was a stupid design, but MAPICS always set the year to zero when using that back in the old days. Dave Shaw MAPICS-L moderator and old fogy ;) ----- Original Message ----- From: "Pete Olshavsky" <polshavsky@xxxxxxxxx> To: "MAPICS ERP System Discussion" <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 2:35 PM Subject: Re: Re: TEMGEN contains prior year PR JEs > Al, Not sure what is going on with file. In any case. Here is pgm... This is RPGLE > > > > Ftemgen up e disk > > C If %subst(jrfno:1:7) = 'PR00822' or > C %subst(jrfno:1:7) = 'PR00823' or > C %subst(jrfno:1:7) = 'PR00824' or > C %subst(jrfno:1:7) = 'PR00825' or > C %subst(jrfno:1:7) = 'PR00826' > C delete temgenlt > C Endif > > > Pete > > > > > aldg3@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > 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. > > Regards, > Al Gershen > Cost Accountant Lead > ECS Composites > Grants Pass, OR, USA > aldg3@xxxxxxxxxxx > > > > > > > > From: Pete Olshavsky > > > Date: 2004/04/20 Tue AM 10:24:49 PDT > > To: MAPICS ERP System Discussion > > 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. > > Delete TEMGENLT > > Let me know if you have any questions > > Pete > >
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