Hey Greg, how's your new job going?

Walter

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Greg Wieczorek [SMTP:wieczog@versifit.com]
> Sent: Friday, September 01, 2000 12:40 PM
> To:   JBAUSERS-L@midrange.com
> Subject:      Re: program OE303 (additional overrides)
> 
> James
>  
> Welcome to the list.
>  
> As to the last question you asked, I believe source code is crucial. I
> urge you to look in the archive for this list. There was a lengthy
> discussion back in July regarding the source code issue.
>  
> Here is the link to the archive. <http://archive.midrange.com/>
>  
> Greg
> 
>       ----- Original Message ----- 
>       From: James Martin <mailto:J.MARTIN@bakerlinen.com> 
>       To: JBAUSERS-L@midrange.com <mailto:JBAUSERS-L@midrange.com> 
>       Sent: Friday, September 01, 2000 7:48 AM
>       Subject: program OE303 (additional overrides)
> 
>       We are at V3.5.1.  On 1/23/97 JBA made PTF OEV3_0907 to the program,
> which I believe is in error.  Basically, it does this:
>        
>       If WT is not attached, the default for field VACOF1 (VAT country) is
> taken from COCD05 (customer country code, a mandatory field in A/R
> custmast maint).  The original version of OE303 used TXCT05 for the
> default, which is blank if WT is not used  The program logic does not
> allow entry of a VAT country without also entering a VAT registration id.
> If WT is not being used, why populate VAT county in the first place?  Can
> anyone look in later versions of this program and see if this PTF was
> removed.  We've done extensive mods to this program to get both header and
> line level VAT overrides to work, as well as other types of header
> overrides, none of which worked originally.
>        
>       Also, I am new to GEAC's web site <http://customer.system21.com>.
> Does anyone know if there is a way to view source code within the site?
>        
>       Last question:  We understand that GEAC will no longer deliver JBA
> source code to new customers, and depending on existing contracts, may
> stop delivering source to existing customers.  What have you heard?  Does
> anyone believe that a company using JBA would survive w/o source, given
> the extent of bugs, lack of documentation, and inadequate support due to
> high JBA employee turnover?
> 
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