Oh but we are using the COM to GLI interface...

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[mailto:mapics-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Eric A. Wolf
Sent: Wednesday, November 18, 2009 2:27 PM
To: 'MAPICS ERP System Discussion'
Subject: Re: [MAPICS-L] Purge OEITXN?

I gather by the fact that you have 9 million records that you are not
the COM GLI. If that is the case, I would first turn it off so no more
transactions will get into the file. Then, make sure that the COM-to-GL
interface is also turned off.

You could clear the OEITXN file and the update the OEICTL records to
zero unassigned records for each transaction type. Another way to handle
is to let XA assign the records, post them to a future period, and then
the "Print and Clear TEMGEN" option on the COM GL Management menu.
you do any of the above listed steps, however, I would change all the
reporting to go on hold automatically, change the number of pages for
reports to *NOMAX, and test all these steps in a test environment.

Then, finally, I would ask why the Accounting Department is not using
something that would make their life so much easier.


I've been asked to purge some of the 9,000,000 records we have in our
OEITXN file. Has anyone done this? The Accounting Department will
the call on which years to delete.

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