Option 11/MDU (Production management utilities / maintain parameters /
maintain type PLAN.)

We use numbers for the planners instead of actually entering the persons
name in the PLAN field. This way we can change the description and not have
to update MSP04 every time a planner changes.
Example PLAN - 00001 Description - John Smith


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04/24/2007 09:17 [SYSTEM21] Manufacturing Parameter

Please respond to
System 21 Users

I have a manager who wants to add a new planner due to an employee leaving
the company. I've identified the file as MSPARMS but can't find any
documentation showing how to maintain the file. When I go into 3/MDM,
Production Details, upon entering an item number, you can see a planner
field with a value but I can't find a way to add a planner. Another
question, is there a way within JBA to change a planner name for existing
items? Or do I have to do create a program to do this.

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