Hi Raymond,

The credit limit is maintained in IFM under 'Work with Entity' option. 
>From 'Work with Entity', you need to select option '18 = Work with 
personal accounts' and then select option '12=Work with data' against the 
personal account that you want to maintain the credit limit. On the 
personal account data page 1 of 3 (UA2HE3R), there is a field called 
'Balance limit', you need to maintain your highest credit limit of a 
customer on this field. You will normally enter a positive number for the 
AR credit limit. IFM store this information in a file called YABCREP - 
Entity data physical file, under a field called BCUIAB - Credit limit.

Hope this helps you.


S.P. Selvaraj
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Tel. Dir (65) 6586-8009, Mobile (65) 9653-4048, IP Phone 4368

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We need to know the Highest Credit ever open for all customers.  Currently 
running IFM Rel 6 no COM yet
Custom Order Entry in-house code.  Is there a field somewhere in IFM files 
that reflect the Highest Credit any customer has ever had open at any 
given time.  If someone could identify the field and file in IFM for the 
Highest Credit Open it would be appreciated.

Thank you,

Raymond D. Spears
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