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macola progression 7.6.700

macola progression 7.6.700

macola progression 7.6.700

(OP)
we just attempted to run the MRP regen for the 1st time. received the following error -

"fatal exception detected by MacMSS Error Code c0000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION"

we also attempted to run IM delete zero qty bins on all items and receive a similar error.

Any suggestions?

RE: macola progression 7.6.700

There is no such version. 7.7.600 perhaps?

I would try initializing your mrp and im wor files, then try it again.

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RE: macola progression 7.6.700

(OP)
yes... it is 7.7.600

we get the same error when running bin master list | purge zero qty bins

RE: macola progression 7.6.700

Did you initialize the files I suggested?

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RE: macola progression 7.6.700

(OP)
imitmidx was corrupt

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