Neil,
Are you still looking for help?  Anyone responded yet?  I'll try to help if you 
still need it.  It will be a little bit before I can get to some documentation 
that I have.  
Kip


In a message dated 2/3/2005 9:06:39 AM Eastern Standard Time, "Neil Thursby" 
<neil.thursby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

>We are writing an Orders interface and have placed records in AIP50, 52 and 
>55.  Unfortunately when I run 22/OEAI "Receive Transactions - Orders", the job 
>runs but reports no Valid orders and no Invalid orders!
>
>Either we have missed a set-up step somewhere, or some status flag isn't set 
>correctly on those files.  Just wondering if anyone can advise please, or 
>maybe pass on samples of data that works?
>
>Thanks in advance,
>
>Neil.
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