Dale,
I'll let you know within a few minutes.  I think I solved my current
problem.

Thanks...
Eric

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From: <DaleGindlesperger@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "MAPICS ERP System Discussion" <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2005 2:20 PM
Subject: Re: [MAPICS-L] Offline Shipping enhancement


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> Eric,
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> I can give you the source code for how we load our OFFSHIP files.   Our
> process is as follows:
>
> 1.  The users scan all the picking transactions and the item pick data
> (with locations and quantity) is stored in a holding file.  We also create
> SLALLO records for the items that were picked (we don't discretely
allocate
> inventory at order entry time, but once it's picked, it SHOULD be!).
>
> 2.  At the end of the day, we get the UPS and FedEx Ground freight
shipment
> data and charges, match them up with the holding file, and build the
> OFFSHIP records.
>
> 3.  Then we call the OFFSHIP process, order by order.   We also load all
> the tracking number information.  And since MAPICS only supports ONE
> tracking number per shipment (and we can have a LOT more than that), we
> create comments with all the tracking numbers in them as order comments.
>
> Want the code?   I can post it on our user group site.   The tracking
> number load program is already there.
>
> Go to:   www.powermug.org/offship.htm   for what I have so far.
>
> If you want, I can add the other programs, too.
>
>
> Dale Gindlesperger
> IT Manager/Special Projects Leader
> Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Inc.
> 258 Beacon Street
> Somerset, PA  15501
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> To the list,
> I am starting testing of the Offline Shipping enhancement and want to find
> out from the "veterans" if there are any gotchas from errors in the
> documentation.  I think I may have already found one or two.
>
> 1)    The OSAAREP error flag should be a "0", not a blank as the SH14652
> document states
> 2)    The OSAAREP company should be filled, it is a required field.
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> Anything else that I need to know about?
>
> Thanks...
> Eric
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