Error 47 in program POSAA at line7290 Error 47 in program POSAA at line7290 mjdts (TechnicalUser) (OP) 6 May 09 10:41 While setting up a new vendor this error Error 47 in program POSAA at line 7290 came up. Line 7290 is a GL account # Any help would be appreciated RE: Error 47 in program POSAA at line7290 BigLouie (TechnicalUser) 7 May 09 17:05 There is no such program as POSAA. Do you mean POWSAA? Check the GL accounts in the Purchase Order options. Make sure all are valid. RE: Error 47 in program POSAA at line7290 mjdts (TechnicalUser) (OP) 8 May 09 08:40 Sorry, you are right. It is POWSAA. I will try this and get back with you. Thanks RE: Error 47 in program POSAA at line7290 mjdts (TechnicalUser) (OP) 8 May 09 10:24 The error comes up when I try to open up Purchase order Options so I can't get to the GL accounts. RE: Error 47 in program POSAA at line7290 BigLouie (TechnicalUser) 11 May 09 09:05 Two things and then your answer.1. What version of MAS are you on? The answer was in the Sage knowledge base. If you have contacted your reseller or if you were current on your maintenace you could have looked this up yourself and had your reseller do it for you.2. You should be posting on the Sage Community which is free. You will get better and faster responses from more qualified people which includes Sage tech people.And now your answer.Error 47 POWSAA 7290, in Purchase Order Setup OptionsEntry Type: InformationalProduct: Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 ERPApplication: Purchase OrderVersion Reported: All VersionsSubject:Error 47 POWSAA 7290, in Purchase Order Setup OptionsPossible Resolution:Add warehouse 000 back to the Purchase Order Parameter File (PO0) Note: Use caution when working with repair utilities. Always make a backup first. If necessary, seek the assistance of a qualified Sage Software business partner or Customer Support analyst.Open Library Master / Repair / Data File Display and Maintenance Type PO0xxx into the File Name field and press 'Enter' (xxx = company code) Click 'Key Scan' and select the P/Oxxx record Click 'Edit' and type: Field 1, Starting Position 15 and length of 3 In the Change Data field, enter 000 (that is 3 zeros) and then click 'OK' Close DFDM Note: If the steps above do not resolve the error, check to see if warehouse code 000 has been removed from the Warehouse Code File (IMC). This can be done by accessing Inventory Management / Setup / Warehouse Code Maintenance. If warehouse code 000 is missing, it will need to be reentered as this is a system default and cannot be deleted.