Hi Jim:
The tools that you are referencing are American Viking tools.
They are still around.  But not easy to connect with and are very selective on how support is provided.  It is an odd deal and don't completely understand.
You can reach out to Susan Cruce at 
avefsc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Susan is from American Viking.  She may help and then again she night not.  Lot's of organization with XA have some American Viking code.  If you're able to connect I'd strongly suggest that if you do connect that you ask for source code.  Simply connecting is not an easy task.

It's worth a try to reach out.
Regards,Laura Laura A. Ubelhor
Consultech Services, Inc.
Phone 248-628-6800
Email ubelhor@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
www.consultechservicesinc.com
From: Jim Hawkins <jhawkins@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Monday, November 2, 2015 8:38 AM
Subject: [MAPICS-L] Fastrack software

Good morning,

We have an application we refer to as "Fastrack" that runs on our system.
Looks like it was last updated in 2001 on our system. In interfaces with the
Infor XA product. Recently we found an issue with some of the data being
reported through this. I spoke with XA support and they knew nothing of this
product, so I am wondering if anyone here has any ideas on where this came
from.
Libraries used:
Library    Type    Text                               
AVEM90X6    *PROD  X6> M90  Fastrack            V4R4M0
AVEM91X6    *PROD  X6> M91  Item Availability (I2A2) V4R
I find no source for the objects contained in these libraries. Can anyone
point me in the right direction to figure out where this came from.


Jim Hawkins
Programmer/Analyst
Interkal LLC



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