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Old 6th December 2019, 07:10
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How to know what are the inputs for a standard dll?
Baan: Infor ERP 10.7
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I would like to know how to figure out what the inputs for a standard dll are?
For example, I need to use whinh.dll5200.generate.cycle.count.orders() function but I do not know the inputs to send, and I do not have the source code of the mentioned dll.
Is there any way to know that information?
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Did you know ttstpbaandoc? That small program should generate the needed information. Please try.

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Old 6th December 2019, 09:37
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Did you know ttstpbaandoc? That small program should generate the needed information. Please try.

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I got this error after trying to run the given session.
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No license to run object 'F:/Infor/LN/bse/tools/tt7.6_a/ottstp/ostpbaandoc' (productId 10146)
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That's strange.
Product ID 10146 is the Tools development license which you should have.

See Knowledge Base on Infor Support, e.g KB 1503923 and others
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That's strange.
Product ID 10146 is the Tools development license which you should have.

See Knowledge Base on Infor Support, e.g KB 1503923 and others
Okay. I think I should request the license and add it to the server.
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On the server there is this file in the bin dir: bic_info. Use the flag -a and you get all the information the DLL writers want to share with you in the DLLUsage and FunctionUsage documentation sections as well as technical information needed to call a DLL function. You can guess a bit what the functions would do by reading the "strings" section and other information provided. Use the -h flag to get some explanation on the usage of bic_info.
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Library whinhdll5200

Generate Cycle Counting Orders

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Function Summary   
long  
whinh.dll5200.generate.cycle.count.orders( domain tccwar i.warehouse.from, domain tccwar i.warehouse.to, domain whloca i.location.from, domain whloca i.location.to, domain tccom.bpid i.location.owner.from, domain tccom.bpid i.location.owner.to, domain tcdate i.inventory.date.from, domain tcdate i.inventory.date.to, domain whwmd.zone i.zone.from, domain whwmd.zone i.zone.to, domain whwmd.strt i.row.from, domain whwmd.strt i.row.to, domain whwmd.coln i.level.from, domain whwmd.coln i.level.to, domain whwmd.rack i.bin.from, domain whwmd.rack i.bin.to, domain tccitg i.item.group.from, domain tccitg i.item.group.to, domain tcclot i.lot.from, domain tcclot i.lot.to, domain whhuid i.handling.unit.from, domain whhuid i.handling.unit.to, domain tcdate i.last.count.from, domain tcdate i.last.count.to, domain tcabcc i.abc.code.from, domain tcabcc i.abc.code.to, ....
 
Function Detail 
 
whinh.dll5200.generate.cycle.count.orders

long whinh.dll5200.generate.cycle.count.orders( domain tccwar i.warehouse.from, domain tccwar i.warehouse.to, domain whloca i.location.from, domain whloca i.location.to, domain tccom.bpid i.location.owner.from, domain tccom.bpid i.location.owner.to, domain tcdate i.inventory.date.from, domain tcdate i.inventory.date.to, domain whwmd.zone i.zone.from, domain whwmd.zone i.zone.to, domain whwmd.strt i.row.from, domain whwmd.strt i.row.to, domain whwmd.coln i.level.from, domain whwmd.coln i.level.to, domain whwmd.rack i.bin.from, domain whwmd.rack i.bin.to, domain tccitg i.item.group.from, domain tccitg i.item.group.to, domain tcclot i.lot.from, domain tcclot i.lot.to, domain whhuid i.handling.unit.from, domain whhuid i.handling.unit.to, domain tcdate i.last.count.from, domain tcdate i.last.count.to, domain tcabcc i.abc.code.from, domain tcabcc i.abc.code.to, domain tcamnt i.inv.value.from, domain tcamnt i.inv.value.to, domain tcccur i.currency.from, domain tcrtyp i.rate.type, domain tcitem i.item.from, domain tcitem i.item.to, domain tcyesno i.reconcile, domain tcyesno i.force.count, domain tcyesno i.excl.alloc.items, domain tcyesno i.calc.inv.value, domain tcyesno i.count.new.items, domain tcyesno i.count.non.hu.inv, domain tcyesno i.count.hu.inv, domain whinh.cchu i.hu.level, domain whinh.ccmihu i.multi.item.hu, domain tcyesno i.cc.report, domain tcyesno i.print.inventory, domain tcyesno i.print.serial, domain tcyesno i.log.report, domain tcyesno i.error.report, domain tcseri i.order.series, domain tcqcia i.max.count.wrho, domain tcqcia i.max.count.totl, boolean i.show.progress, boolean i.show.messages, long i.count.list.no, long i.log.report.no, long i.error.report.no, ref boolean o.order.created )
 
 Expl:	This function generates cycle count order lines based on
	inventory data (whinr140), on non-existing stock points
	(present in whinh540 and not in whinr140) and based on Handling
	Units. For each warehouse first all stock points are processed.
	After that all Cycle Counting data for which no stock point is
	present are processed. The last step is to create cycle count
	order lines for the Handling units.
	If the number of order lines exceed the Max. Number of
	Order lines per Order then a new order header is created.
Pre:	n.a.
Post:	n.a.
Input:	- Warehouse from-to
	- Location from-to
	- Location Owner from-to
	- Inventory Date from-to
	- Zone from-to
	- Row from-to
	- Level from-to
	- Bin from-to
	- Item Group from-to
	- Lot from-to
	- Handling Unit from-to
	- Last Counting Date from-to
	- ABC code from-to
	- Inventory Value from-to
	- Currency
	- Rate type
	- Item from-to
	- Reconcile yes/no
	- Force Count yes/no
	- Exclude Location Allocated Items yes/no
	- Count Based on Inventory Value yes/no
	- Count New Items yes/no.
	- Count Non-Handling Unit Inventory yes/no
	- Count Handling Unit Inventory yes/no
	- Handling Unit Structure Level
	- Print Selection
	- Print Inventories yes/no
	- Print Serials yes/no
	- Print Error Report yes/no
	- Order Series
	- Maximum Number of Stock Points to be Counted
	- Maximum Number of Order Lines per Order
	- Show Progress
	- Show Messages
	- Count List report number
	- Log Report number
	- Error Report number
Output:	o.order.created	- One or more Cycle Counting orders are created.
Return:	n.a.
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