I believe these are dummy programs to allow users to add functionality.
The calls set on an indicator if the call fails so that the program does
not dump.

Richard Caldicott
Director of Implementations
& Efficiencies
Tandy Brands Accessories
817-548-0090 extn 146

                      "Bobbie Kelley"                                           
                      <bobbiekelley@columbi        To:       "System 21 Users" 
                      a-dist.com>                  cc:                          
                      Sent by:                     Subject:  [SYSTEM21]   820 
EDI question                                                 
                      09/09/2004 04:31 PM                                       
                      Please respond to                                         
                      System 21 Users                                           

We are in the process of setting up EDI processing for 820s. We have run
into a bit of a snag, however, in that we appear to be missing some
programs and source. It appears there were some re-names of some
programs and files and I'm wondering if someone can point us in the
right direction.

We need to run CSI455, but it calls CSI455U1, 2, 3, 4 and 6. It appears
these were renamed from AI455U10, 20, 30, 40 and 60. We do not have the
programs CSI445U* or AI445u* that I can see and the source in not in the
libraries I would think they would be in (OSLCSS3 or OSLDES3).

Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Bobbie Kelley

I.T. Manager,

Columbia Distributing Company

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