Dynamic Link Libraries – Concept


DLL is a library of functions that are compiled, linked, and stored separately from the processes that use them.  A DLL provides a way to share functions among programs that run concurrently.

To better understand the importance of DLLs, consider the familiar 4GL sprintf$() function that formats a string.  A copy of the sprintf$ function must be included in each program that uses it.  Eventually, the number of programs containing copies of the sprintf$ function will become quite large, resulting in a large amount of memory use.  Because the sprintf$ functions in all these programs are identical, you can set it up so that these programs share this function.

With DLLs, once a session has used a particular function, that function is removed from memory, ensuring that only one copy of the function is in memory while being used.  DLLs have another advantage because they also reduce the size of objects to a minimum.



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Production Order in Baan


      Production Order

  •     Initiates & executes manufacturing process
  •  
  •     Issue of components (Estimated Material)
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  •     Shop Scheduling ( Production Order Planning)
  •  
  •     Receipt of ‘parent’

     Estimated Material

  •     Bill of Material copied to Production Order
  •  
  •     Material to be consumed

     Production Order Planning

  •     Operations & Work-centres maintained for Production order

Bill of Material


Bill of Material (BOM)

Defines the product’s physical structure

BOM is generated by links between Items

 (Parts, assemblies & sub-assemblies)

E – BOM / D – BOM

A product Bill of Material in the engineering

 environment. Created during the engineering 

stage of the product life cycle. BOM in PDM

C – BOM / P – BOM

A product Bill of Material in the production 

environment. Created during the release to 

production process. BOM in BaaN.

Changing User Defaults


Step 1: Maintain User Data


Menu: BAAN IV Tools / User Management / General                         User Data

Session:  Maintain User Data (ttaad2100m000)

Make any necessary changes to the users data. (Company, PVRC, etc.)


Step 2: Convert to Runtime Data Dictionary


Go to SPECIAL, select Convert to Runtime Data                     Dictionary from the Maintain User Data session

Select Continue at Convert to Runtime Data Dictionary screen

Save and exit


Step 3: Exit Out/Login to Bshell


You must exit and re-enter Bshell in order check the changes

Deleting PVRC & Package Combinations


Procedure for Deleting a Package Combination/Package VRC

Step 1: Deleting Packages from the Package Combination

Step 2: Deleting the Package Combination

Step 3: Deleting the Software Component Directories

Step 4: Deleting Labels in Package VRC

Step 5: Deleting the Package VRC

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