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    PC Miler B4900500

    Does anyone have an experience with PC Miller business function B4900500? I am trying to calculate the distance by using 2 zip codes (from and to) as parameters and i am not having any luck.

    Anyone?

    TIA,

    Thomas

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    Looked at the c source. You have to pass '0' as cMode parameter along with from and to zipcodes. I got it to work.

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    How did you set up the Rate Definitions to be able to pull rates? Here is what we did after reviewing E1:49 Doc ID 656209.1 but it still doesn't seem to be pulling any distances.

    Rate Definitions Basic.jpg

    Rate Definitions Advanced.jpg
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    Rate Definition set up for PC Miler

    Turns out we were totally on the wrong track. PC Miler has to be set up correctly on an NT server and have the business functions mapped from the enterprise server to the NT application server in order to work.

    Here is the set up we used for rate definitions.

    Rate Definitions Basic correct setup.jpg

    The rate is stored in the Route. The distance is calculated by PC Miler when you use the Retrieve Distance form exit from the Stop Sequence screen inside the Load.
    J Thomas
    JD Edwards EnterpriseOne v.9.1, Tools Release 9.1.4

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