Preflush and Backflush

Michelle D.

Active Member
We've been live for a little over a year now and have not used either
preflush or backflush. We would like to start using preflush and/or
backflush ... does anyone have any experience with these? Are they
functional in B73.2.2 (without applying any SAR's)? Are there any
enhancements, etc. in Xe?

We need to decide if we should start testing this in our current release or
wait and test it in Xe.

Any experience, advice, thoughts, whatever, would be appreciated!

(Please note that we also use SynQuest!)

Thanks,
Michelle Dulay
ERP Coordinator
BFGoodrich Aerospace
Chandler Evans Control Systems
email: [email protected]

OneWorld B7322 with the MFG Mini-Cum, coexistent with World A7.3
AS400 V4R3 Enterprise Server
Windows NT SQL V6.5 Deployment Server
SynQuest V5.07.02
Oracle
NT Logic - between AS400 (OneWorld) and HP9000 (SynQuest)



OneWorld B7322, MFG Mini-Cum, coexistent World A7.3
AS400 V4R3 ES
WinNT SQL6.5 DS
 

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Larry_Jones

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Michelle,

Backflush at least should be functional under B7332. We have been using it under B7331 now for a year. Sorry, can't tell you if we needed to apply any SARS specific to Backflush.

Regards,

Larry Jones
[email protected]
OneWorld B733.1, SP 11.3
HPUX 11, Oracle SE 8.1.6
 
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