The user had competed a Physical Inventory and had several part numbers 
show up on reports that are no longer active.  I checked the INP35 file 
and they have no records that have a value in the ACTF35 field.  Is there 
an existing option where they can maintain this value?


06/20/2005 10:28 AM

        To:     Bill.Geissinger@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
        Subject:        Fw: [SYSTEM21]   Inactive Items


Define inactive and where do you want it inactive?   

But for the most part your answer is NO.  You can mark an item for 
deletion in Inventory but if you delete it you will most likely loose the 
history.  For a production booking - you can only delete the route and 
then no more possibility off booking.  We have barcode processing and all 
bookings default to route "1" and they cannot not change it.  So, i copy 
the route 1 to a "D" and then delete the route "1" route. 


Steven Fuller
Manager of I.S.
Pullman Industries, Inc.
820 Kirts Blvd.
Suite 400
Troy, MI  48084
(248) 273-5056

----- Forwarded by steven fuller/tcc/pullmanind on 06/20/2005 10:24 AM 
Sent by: system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx 
06/20/2005 10:03 AM 

Please respond to
System 21 Users <system21@xxxxxxxxxxxx>


[SYSTEM21]   Inactive Items

Is there an existing process within JBA to flag an item as inactive?  I 
haven't been able to find anything.  Please help!

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