6.1 MRP Forecast

Enter a couple of forecasts manually into Vantage, then export them. You can see what it expects on import.

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From: "kathyschaich" <kathy.schaich@...>
To: <vantage@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 1:49 PM
Subject: re:[Vantage] 6.1 MRP Forecast


We just recently turned on MRP and are now trying to import our
forecasts. Is anyone successful at importing a forecast directly into
Forecast Entry in Vantage? If so, is there a specified format as to
what order the columns are in regarding part number, date, quantity?

Do you use a .csv or .txt? Any hints at this point would be most
appreciated.

Thanks.
Kathy Schaich
Operations Support Manager
Ultra Tool & Mfg., Inc.



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We just recently turned on MRP and are now trying to import our
forecasts. Is anyone successful at importing a forecast directly into
Forecast Entry in Vantage? If so, is there a specified format as to
what order the columns are in regarding part number, date, quantity?

Do you use a .csv or .txt? Any hints at this point would be most
appreciated.

Thanks.
Kathy Schaich
Operations Support Manager
Ultra Tool & Mfg., Inc.