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future order creation error through background job

Dear Team,

i have batch job call interval 90 days but now i can see orders which are beyond 90 days plan parameters not changed. and cycle unit 2 yrs and schedule period is 999. how the work orders could be generated.

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2019 at 03:38 PM

    The system uses the IP30 interval for call objects data and looks in the relevant plans to see if the call dates are within this range (it does not use the plan date). If they are within the range, then the order/notification will be created.

    So if you have a interval of 90 days, and a call horizon of 30 days, then it will create the order 120 early.

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    PeteA

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2019 at 01:27 PM

    I'm assuming you mean IP30 batch job..

    Check the call horizon in the plan header.

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    PeteA

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2019 at 03:41 PM

    Dear Pete.

    yes: your are right as i checked which you have suggested but i didn't got any logic.

    any way i put interval for call object 90 Days . but how system wasgenerated order beyond 90 days

    G.Ramakrishna

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