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Header Record for ICHIST, ProSeries 6.0

Header Record for ICHIST, ProSeries 6.0

Header Record for ICHIST, ProSeries 6.0

We use ProSeries 6.0. Since closing my last period, users get the error message "Header Record not Found" when clicking on the 36-month history on the item inquiry screen. My ichist.dbf seems fine. I am guessing that the problem is with the table that displays the dates on the inquiry screen, but I do not know where they are stored. Does anyone know the table where the period close dates are stored?

RE: Header Record for ICHIST, ProSeries 6.0

The header record is in the ichistXX where XX is the company #.
This records must have the item field blank ( it should only have 1 record with a blank item field)

The closing dates are stored in the slsX fields.
The value in SLS1 represent the prior closing JULIAN date
for example  38197 represents 7/31/2005
SLS2 ,sls3 and so on..
Good luck.

Integrated Bar Code Systems, Inc.

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