Welcome, Guest. Please Login.
09/23/17 at 00:10:12
News:
Home Help Search Login


1  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Sales / Re: Update packing slip info
 on: Yesterday at 11:53:44 
Started by JereC | Post by JereC
Thanks so much for the reply.
 
Jere'
Reply Quote Notify of replies  

2  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / System Manager / Re: Email trouble
 on: 09/21/17 at 18:09:46 
Started by deburr | Post by Lynn_Pantic
Most of the programs in Evo and DBA are written in the TAS language which has been used since the original DOS DBA program (TAS 3) and has evolved to the current Evo version (TAS 7).  DBA Classic is TAS 5.  
 
As we have tried to address customer requests we have come across some challenges that can not be met within the TAS language so we have introduced a handful of programs written in Java and using JDBC to connect to the database when a database connection is needed.  The JDBC settings are established at SM-T.  The secure email is one of the Java programs as are BM-N, DE-A, SH-R, GL-R, SO-I and a few others.
Reply Quote Notify of replies  

3  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / System Manager / Re: Email trouble
 on: 09/21/17 at 12:55:44 
Started by deburr | Post by deburr
I have not used any of those before. I just ran SM-T and a popup asked if it should run and then it worked, said I had successfully connected to the database. I'm not sure what these programs are for.
Reply Quote Notify of replies  

4  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / System Manager / Re: Email trouble
 on: 09/21/17 at 11:03:24 
Started by deburr | Post by Lynn_Pantic
The email using security is calling Java but it is explicitly calling the JAVA.EXE that we provide in the JAVA\BIN folder under DBAMFG (or EVOERP) folder.  Can you run any of the JDBC programs?  SM-T, BM-N, DE-A?
Reply Quote Notify of replies  

5  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / System Manager / Email trouble
 on: 09/21/17 at 10:23:16 
Started by deburr | Post by deburr
When I set up email to use unsecure settings it works fine. When I set up the same for secure email using the same settings as my email client (which works fine) Evo email is not sent. A popup asking to run java pops up and that's as far as it goes.
 
Any ideas?
Reply Quote Notify of replies  

6  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Sales / Re: Update packing slip info
 on: 09/21/17 at 08:52:26 
Started by JereC | Post by prophet
The RTM would be found in the DBAMFG folder or the EVO folder on the server. The name of the RTM is given when you print the packing slip.
Reply Quote Notify of replies  

7  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Sales / Re: Update packing slip info
 on: 09/21/17 at 08:43:54 
Started by JereC | Post by JereC
Lynn,
 
Where would I find the RTM. to edit for packing slip info?
Reply Quote Notify of replies  

8  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Items / Re: IN-A Book value is not correct on all of my pa
 on: 09/20/17 at 07:53:56 
Started by scottd | Post by scottd
Thanks Lynn
Reply Quote Notify of replies  

9  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Items / Re: IN-A Book value is not correct on all of my pa
 on: 09/20/17 at 07:21:22 
Started by scottd | Post by Lynn_Pantic
Inventory going negative and then coming back up to positive at a different unit cost is the cause.  UT-K-G is the fix.  You will also need to make a Journal entry.  UT-K-G makes no accounting transactions.
Reply Quote Notify of replies  

10  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Items / IN-A Book value is not correct on all of my parts
 on: 09/19/17 at 22:49:59 
Started by scottd | Post by scottd
Hello All,
 
Could anyone tell me why my book value does not match the quantity that I have in stock?
What I'm trying to say is example item #123 has a last cost and average cost of $3.7821 ea.
and a book value of $2,265.16 and I only have 31 pieces in stock? I'm not sure where the
system is getting these book values from all of my items are off is there a program that will
go through all of the items and fix them so I know what my inventory value is?
 
Thanks Scott
Reply Quote Notify of replies