Thank you for the response. I was assuming this to be the case.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jplehr" <jlehr@...> wrote:
> I received just as many responses when I posted this on the Vantage
> EpicWeb Forum. My gut feel is that, as much as people may want to use
> it, it becomes to difficult to maintain as well as understand. I could
> use it for the same reason you are looking for. Below is a response I
> did receive from an EpicWeb Forum member. I hope this helps. And, no
> I am not using it.
> "Yes. Dimensional tracking for a part will allow you to know not only
> how much you have in stock (100") but how many at a certain length 2 @
> 25", 2@ 15 " 2 @ 10"). Dimensions are set up separately for each part,
> so it can be time consuming to set up and a bit agrivating later when
> you have to add dimensions you didn't plan to have. But, if used
> properly, it can help."
> Good luck and would love to hear if you succeed with this.
> --- In email@example.com, "c.chest" c.chest@ wrote:
> > Haven't received any responses to this email...is there anyone who
> > willing to share information regarding the use of dimensional
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "c.chest" <c.chest@> wrote:
> > >
> > > I haven't been able to find a lot of educational material on the
> > > dimensional tracking. We're just wanting to get an understanding
> > > its true functions. Anybody using this feature that would be
> > > to share some insight? What we are looking for is a way to track
> > > partial sizes of steel (either plate or bar stock) in inventory.
> > > dimensional tracking, do you have to create a record for every
> > > size that could possibly be put back to stock? Help.
> > >