Jerry,


There is an ever-growing list of commands available in XA for situations like this - the number grows with each release.  I think it's somewhere above 500 commands available now at R9.1.   To see what's available at your level, log into green screen, and from the command line, enter "WRKOBJ OBJ(AMALIBx/*ALL) OBJTYPE(*CMD).  That will give you then entire list of commands.  Some of these are really handy!


Unfortunately, there isn't a single document available to describe the commands and how to use them.  I requested one from the Support Line and was told that none existed, although they acknowledged that it would be a good thing to have.  Perhaps if several other people would also ask for one...  (hint hint!)

 
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From: "Anderson, Jerry" <janderson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx" <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, July 5, 2012 4:19 PM
Subject: [MAPICS-L] Reschedule All Orders

Does anyone know if you can run the Mapics Reschedule all Orders as a job scheduled entry rather than selecting it from the Mapics menu?

Any other hint/tips on Mapics Jobs in Batch?

Thanks,

Jerry Anderson
Sr. Programmer/Analyst
Industry Products Company
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