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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
35%
Installation Wizard into new VRC
42%
Manual into existing VRC
3%
Manual into new VRC
19%
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Old 6th January 2003, 15:55
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Question Switch off using Enterprise Units

Hi, everybody.
I just passing from Baan IV c4 to Baan ERP. On the start I have problem with Enterprise Units. When I want to define new warehouse in session tcmcs0503m000 (tcmcs0103s000), have to define Enterprise unit, which warehouse belonging. I do not want to use enterprise unit, but I do not now how to switch off it. In the demo company they don’t use enterprise units. I tray to set parameters as in demo company 902 but I did not do it well. If anybody now how i can switch off using enterprise unit, please tell me.
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Old 6th January 2003, 16:20
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Enterprise Units are mandatory in Baan 5. They are the link between the logistical company and the financial company (which can be the same company number).
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Old 8th January 2003, 07:24
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You cannot add the enterprise unit and model in the DEM parameters - session, since it'll ask for password. Therefore, you can fill up the enterprise unit and other relevant details in the appropriate table using Gereral Table Maintenance.

I too had this problem and solved it as mentioned the above.
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Old 8th January 2003, 16:41
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Password for EM

Than you for answer.
But because EM is obligatory I try to implement Enterprise Modeler by Baan module procedure UP121A US, but on the start I have to define EM parameters in session tgbrg0100s000. When I try to do it, get session tgbrg1165m000 where I have to write password. But I do not now password.. I spoke with my dealer and he told me that I had to define password when I installed Baan. But I do not remember that I had opportunity to do that in installation procedure.
Can you tell me the way, which I can get password.
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Old 9th January 2003, 02:12
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Smile The password is BAAN

Dear all,

The initial password is BAAN (yes, with all capitals). I saw it in one of the documentation but can't really recall which one

Rgds,
Paul
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Old 10th January 2003, 05:39
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Hi all,

Its mandatory to use Enterprise Units in Baan V. Enterprise units act as a link to determine the company where the financial transaction for every logistical transaction has to be posted.

An Enterprise unit can be any of the following entities in Baan V - Warehouse, workcenter, Purchase Office, Sales Office, Service Office and Accounting Office. For example, in a multi-logistic and multi-finacial company setup, it is the enterprise unit which acts like a bridge to determine for every logistical transaction, in which financial company a corresponding financial transaction should take place. For example, a Purchase Office PO1 is linked to EU1. EU1 is the link between logistical company 501 and financial company 670. Therefore for a logistical transaction called ' Purchase Order created on Business Partner GE450001' in a logistical company 501 by Purchase Office PO1, a corresponding financial transaction takes place in company 670.

This way you can model multi-currency, multi-country organizations. Contact Baan for full details on how to make good use of enterprise units.

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Old 1st February 2003, 02:27
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If anyone would like a plain language definition of entities and enterprise units in Baan V and how they are used, please drop me an email and I will send you my own coursework and powerpoints used to teach these functions.
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Hi Michael Phifer

Can you pls send me the details to k_p_sm@yahoo.co.in

or give your mail ID


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