Ray--- Back in food industry days we used TiHi (how many cases on a
pallet) and cube for warehousing and inbound POs.

We would like to use the ITMRVA fields listed below to calculate square
footage available in Warehouse '1'.

* = in use today.

SHAP Shape Code
* HITE Height
* LONG Length
IDIA Inside diameter
ODIA Outside diameter
DUOM unit of measure for dimensions
* WIDE Width
IDMA Make ID
IDMO Model ID
OEMP OEM Product Number

Our question is how do other companies determine in real-time what footage
is available in any given warehouse today within IDF? Our direction is to
develop via Enterprise Integrator, user exit data files and ITMRVA
dimension fields to display to the COM/IM and EPDM users available
warehouse space for new product or customer demand for availablility of
warehouse space. We don't want an add on software package our whole
company direction is to develop in house via IDF, System Link, user exits
to Infor standards. We realize this may be available in other Infor
products today and/or third party add ons but the basics are in plan
vanilla XA and that is where we want to stay.

Any dicussion on how you are able to determine warehouse square footage is
welcomed.

Thank you,
Raymond Spears
Unaka Company
rspears@xxxxxxxxx
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