Here is a generic call for stock pick:

Call    'AXZPRT0C'
Parm  'AMBNLXFR'        WQ0051      10
Parm  Mydatastructure   WQ0052  256
Parm  'AMBPQ2'             WQ0053    6
Parm  *BLANK                 WQ0054    10
Parm  *BLANK                 WQ0055    10

The way to get the 256 LDA is to put your jobq on hold where you pick lists
run.  Select one order the way you want the program to submit (by order, or
date, or item , or mixture etc.)  Make sure you code the pick confirm on the
stock pick screen to Y when you select your order.  Copy the field LDAX3
from the jobact record for your selection.  You only have to do this once to
get the layout and can then load your order/item/date or whatever select
fields into the Mydatastructure information within the program.

Ann

-----Original Message-----
From: mapics-l-bounces+aneal=letourneau-inc.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:mapics-l-bounces+aneal=letourneau-inc.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
Of Michael.Raber@xxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2005 9:42 AM
To: mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [MAPICS-L] Pick Confirm from Outside MAPICS


Hi all,

we are searching for a solution to start pick confirm from outside MAPICS.
We
can print the pick list with UMBPCK5R from the client, but then we have to
use
the "Green Screen" to confirm picking of each line item/blanket release.
Do anyone knows a way to call the "pick complete" for a single pick list
from
outside mapics? Then we can do this also from client. Please help. Thank
you.

Best Regards

Michael Raber


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