Bryan,

You may have to adjust this a little bit, but this should get you going.
You need to build a file on the system in library ISI. The file in my
example is called DATA and has 4 fields, ITNBR, HOUSE, LTVEN, LTSAF. I'm
assuming you would build that (possibly with SQL), down load it to your PC
in Excel, populate it, an upload it again to the same table.
That way, you have the two lead time components you want by Item and
Warehouse.
My SQL statement builds an Offline load table called TMP113 in ISI to do
maintenance on the Item Balance file.
After you've built the TMP113 file in ISI, you can process by menu AMIM7E,
option 2.
Run an EDIT first and look at the reports.
Then if all seems good, run with update. It will not be dedicated, but
there may be numerous conflicts. You'll have to deal with that in your
circumstance.
Hope all of this helps.
I combined the best recommendations of using offline load AND gave you some
tips on SQL at the same time.
Good luck !
Mike


insert into isi.TMP113
(select 'I0W0200' as TRID13, ITNBR as ITNO13, HOUSE as WHID13, LTVEN as
LTVN13, LTSAF as LTSF13 from ISI.DATA)


Offline load keys for Item Balance

· *ITEM BALANCE TMP113*

I0IW0100 Add (i-zero-i-w-zero-one-zero-zero)
I0IW0200 Change
I0IW0300 Delete
I0IW0400 Suspend
I0IW0500 Reactivate



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