I currently do this by calling a line of SQL each night, just to change
the batch status to C if it is S, or A (not current date). It works fine
and I have had no problems.


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Subject: [MAPICS-L] Programmatically closing inventory batches

Every night we have an operator go through suspended batches and close
them through the Mapics interface and DFU active batches that are hung
to suspend them to allow them to be manually closed.  What problems
would I face if I wrote a program to change the batch status on all
suspended or "hung active" batches to closed?  Following the change I
would run the transaction register as usual to get the to finished

Your feedback is appreciated,
Marc Rohde
IT Manager
Pentair Filtration, Inc. & Everpure, LLC

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