Ho

On SP5 there is a utility on menu INUD that actually works!!! It is slow but it will delete them from the system without losing SA data. Items can also be re-used. I actually got details from GEAC.

Good luck

Simon

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What version of the software are you using? I know 3.5.2 and previous are
different from Aurora.
We too have been leary of deleting items in the system for the same reasons
Kevin Listed and also used the STAT35 field, and used also used EEDT35
(Effectivity End Date), to "flag" items for deletion and to filter out of
queries and reports. We are now on Aurora.  Aurora doesn't use STAT35 or
EEDT35.  We are currently testing the options in Aurora to fulfill this
need and trying to determine what fields are used. I don't know of any way
to omit these items from showing on "canned" system processes.

Amy Harris

The ROHO Group
amyh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
1-800-851-3449, ext. 2013
1-618-277-0514




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We also use the "mark the item for deletion" as an active/inactive option
(STAT35 in INP35)  It will show up as blank or we set most of out reports
to not = to (1) to disclude all inactive items.  We are also leary of
deleting the items because the history tends to disappear.  Most of the
standard S21 reports do not have any option to include only those items
that are not flagged for deletion, so sometimes during a physical inventory
using count sheets or valuation reports you tend to get a report showing
every item that you have setup.

Would be interested in hearing if others have used diff approaches

Kevin Potter

The Crown Group

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Steve,

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show up on reports that are no longer active.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?

Bill





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Bill,

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.



Steve

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

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

TIA,
Bill
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