We don't run Future 3, but we do run BPCS 405CD, which is good at creating
and deleting temporary members quickly for some of its functions. The only
issue we have is if these quick operations are happening during the audit.
During normal operations, Mimix handles the creation/deletion well, if
you're setup per the next paragraph...

Make sure you're running your datagroup in COOPJRN(*USRJRN) mode, because
this synchronizes data and object replication much better than *SYSJRN. If
you're not, again their tech support can give you a document on how to
convert. Its not as easy as just changing the parameter, but its not too

If that doesn't work, you could call Mimix support. They're pretty good
for advice with this sort of thing.

Darren Strong
Group Dekko Services
Phone 260-347-3100 ext. 70270
Fax 260-599-3215

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I'm hoping someone on the list has some experience configuring the Future
3 Automotive Release package in Mimix.

I have contacted Infor and they have been of no help. The software
package does lots and lots of creating members in work files, then minutes
later, delete the members. I have Mimix pretty well configured except for
Future 3 and I'm getting too many DB and Audit errors. If anyone could
share their exclusion list, it would greatly be appreciated.

Feel free to email me off-line if this is not "on topic" for the list.

Ron Hudson
Sr. Programmer Analyst
International Automotive Components
Flooring & Acoustics Group
P. O. Box 580
313 Bethany Road
Albemarle, NC 28001
Tel: 704 983-8368
Fax: 704 983-8393


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