Jeanne & Dale,

Have you every seen or reviewed RevScheduler from RevSoft?  We had Robot
for a long time and about two years ago replaced it with RevSheduler.
It does the same functionality as ROBOT, but for a lot less cost and it
has better security for environments you can create.  Something to look
into if you plan are required to justify spending $ for managements
approval.

Claude Stoltz
IT - Project Manager 
Barry-Wehmiller Companies, Inc. 
claude.stoltz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
8020 Forsyth Boulevard 
Saint Louis, Missouri 63105 
(314)862-8000 ext. 204

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Sent: Monday, February 12, 2007 10:58 PM
To: MAPICS ERP System Discussion
Subject: Re: [MAPICS-L] Scheduling CRP to Run From the Job Scheduler






Jeanne,

Beg, grovel, whatever.  You need to get ROBOT if you want to automate an
awful lot of MAPICS jobs.   I wish Infor could put the resources into
letting us just load request files or LDA or whatever and run everything
out of job scheduler, but they haven't yet, and I doubt they will.  I
think
Phil only gets so much resources!

There's been a number of things we've bought over time that paid for
themselves MANY times over (our Unifier fax server, LaserVault for
optical
storage of reports and such, and more), but ROBOT is an absolute
essential
for us.  My night shift operator retired about 10 years ago, and we
bought
ROBOT to replace her.  It couldn't do everything she did, but it sure
made
it possible to keep things going!

It's a great package.

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




 

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We're running an iSeries 720, V5R1;  Mapics V6

We need to schedule the CRP to run at night after our MRP and before
some custom code, has anyone done this that can help point us in the
right direction?  Infor has no plans to be able to schedule CRP from the
Job Scheduler.  We will need to perform the Work Load Extract and
Schedule and Accumulate Work Load from the scheduler.  We do not have
ROBOT.

Any help is appreciated.

Thank you.


Jeanne Schrader
SchraderJ@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


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