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Interfacing Production Statistics (i.e. msf440, msf420, msf410)

Interfacing Production Statistics (i.e. msf440, msf420, msf410)

Interfacing Production Statistics (i.e. msf440, msf420, msf410)

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Does anyone have experience/thoughts/advice with interfacing statistics from third party products to MIMS Production Statistics? Our company is not BOC capable. Considering MINT scripting or some kind of direct database connectivity.

RE: Interfacing Production Statistics (i.e. msf440, msf420, msf410)

Jeff Sullivan and the folks at Add-Ons have done a lot of batch interfacing.  Without BOC, real time updates are a kind of scary thought...

Glen Colbert
 gcolbert@mslden.com
 

RE: Interfacing Production Statistics (i.e. msf440, msf420, msf410)

We made a batch copy of MSO435 that reads input from a MST435 text file instead of the screen.  It creates the appropriate file entries and then submits the request for MSB460 just like the online equipment logsheet entry.

RE: Interfacing Production Statistics (i.e. msf440, msf420, msf410)

I've implemented solutions that drive MSO screens (MSO400, MSO310 etc) from Perl via tp_tserv. It's robust and execution is very quick.

Just recently, I also upgraded these solutions for Ellipse which (in this customers case) uses CICS. Minimal programming changes to upgrade the actual script - just replaced tp_tserv with a CICS EPI program.

Regards,
Mark

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