Dale,
I have two of my customers using the Offship process and I think the only difference is that the warehouse being shipped from are not a controlled warehouses. I created a quick query on Ann's suggestion of linking MBCOREP and IMHIST and I did not have any missing records.

With controlled warehouses, is it possible that when the record is coming in that the Location exists but by the time it is being processed, the location is empty. I think I read somewhere that when a location has zero quantity, the SLQNTY record is deleted. Does you install/tailor allow for negative quantities?

Just some more food for thought...

Eric


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Greg, good suggestion except that the odd part about this is that if I
rerun the records through the process, they generally work!  There's
something just odd about this flow, apparently.

Dale Gindlesperger
IT Manager/Special Projects Leader
Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Inc.
258 Beacon Street
Somerset, PA  15501





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Ann/Steve/Dale,

Another comment from the bleachers.   I'm intrigued by this problem.

The 2 error messages are a hint that at the time the program checked for
existence of the part in the ITEMBL file and the SLQNTY file, that the
part number could have been corrupted and the error condition was valid
at that time.

I would be tempted to add some lines of code to the program that printed
or placed in a file the part number at the exact moment of the test for
the error condition.   If you can confirm that the part number has
somehow been changed by the program you would be a step closer to
finding the cause.

Good luck,
Greg



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Ann and Steve,

Horning in here with more from our end - we post some OFFSHIP orders
immediately (trailers - they are big ticket items), but the majority of
them are batched through from data provided by UPS and FedEx's systems.
And we have the problem on both types of processing.

Dale Gindlesperger
IT Manager/Special Projects Leader
Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Inc.
258 Beacon Street
Somerset, PA  15501



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