Roger

A couple of comments.

First, understand that R10 GA time frame is 2012. More than enough time to prepare.
Second, System-Link (LPI) or System-Link (Web Services) is a far superior method of updating XA than offline load is or everwas.

In addition early versions of System-Link (LPI) have been around since R6 (circa 2001) "EZLink was the predecessor to System-Link (LPI) and have been significantly enhanced in R7+.

I'd recommend migrating your code to System-Link. You will find that your coding effort will only be 40% of the effort to write traditional offline code as all security and editing are built in and available to your code before submitting the data.

Kevin Fox


-----Original Message-----
From: roger holroyd <rogerholroyd@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Oct 9, 2010 11:51 AM
To: mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [MAPICS-L] R10


Hi,



Does anyone know whether Inventory, COM order, and EPDM offline loads will still be available at R10 (previously known at R9.1)

or whether these will need to be re-written. We have extensive use of these



Thanks

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