The challenge of using the Broker exits will be the fact the "data" is not
written to the files yet so a bit difficult to check.

Note you may want to post this on the [1]www.xaeigroup.com site as we get
more developers reviewing this that may be able to give some direction.
(Enterprise Integrator User Group)

Their is an end-order user exit which is available (Rel 7.8 I know) that
you could tap into and then use a user message to pop-up (via using the
traditional Edit broker over line items).

Just some initial thoughts.. A good challenge! I think their is a
way..Just need to test some things (just recommend putting this on the
developer site there so you get more developer input)

Kevin

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Ricky

I would use the logical application functions or the user definable user
exits which can be added to the order entry logic

See the Enterprise Integrator help text for details

Kevin Fox
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Subject: [MAPICS-L] Powerlink temporary storage

I have a requirement to edit an Customer Order Line Items as they are
being entered. If they enter a certain Item Number I need to check and
read through the order lines to make sure they haven't entered another
Item with a different class item. Powerlink appears to only write the
order line items to the database at the end of the order. Is it storing
the data somewhere else besides the order file until the end the order
or is it just keeping it all in memory? I have a work around by writing
it to a temporary file but I would like a cleaner way of doing it if
possible.

Thanks

Ricky Thompson
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