It's actually kind of embarrassing that System21 doesn't come with an
end-item report.
We had to write a custom program to make recursive calls to MSP28 to
"climb" up the BOMs to get a listing.
Query/400 can do it, too, but you need a series of them called with a CL
program.
Use the output of one Query as the input to another, and so on.  You end
up with a list of parts with components but no parents (I.e. "top level"
parts)

HTH,
-BobE
 Pollak Engineered Products
 Canton, MA 

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Subject: [SYSTEM21] Top level parent

Hi to all. Does anyone know of a direct way to query what an item's top
level parent is? assuming you have an indented BOM?
 

Mon M. Ferriols

Information Technology Department

Software & Systems Section

Ionics EMS, Inc.

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