Just off the top of my head.  SLP05 has a couple new fields which need
defaults.  Contacts moved to a new file.  INP95 had to have a transaction
number or similar field defaulted in.  One or two mods needed to keep
desired S21 functionality.  Overall, not too bad.

Doug Griffin
AMZ Associates

-----Original Message-----
From: system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of rrasp@xxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2006 1:04 PM
To: system21@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [SYSTEM21] Files changes from S/21 to Aurora

Does anyone have a list of JBA files that were changed when going from S/21
to Aurora 1.2?  I cannot find a document on Answerlink with this

I am aware that the numeric values have all changed to packed, but I am
looking for fields that were removed from files, moved somewhere else, or
new fields that were added to files.

I have almost completed my first pass at remediating our modifications into
Aurora and so far I have not noticed any changes to files - except the
packed numeric fields.  Perhaps I've just been lucky that we did not modify
programs that use changed files.

Thanks in advance,

Randy Rasp, CCP

AER Manufacturing
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