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Why the "Work Orders" Menu Item is hided in 2005 Edtion?

David:

Thank you!

The "Work Orders" menu item in 2004 edtion is must useful, But it be hided in 2005,Why ?

and whether can I show it and use it?

help me, please!

thank you!

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    Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 05:17 PM

    Fu 😊

    in the SAP help the following is written:

    Work Order Window

    Definition

    The Work Order Window, from earlier versions of SAPBusiness One, has been replaced by the Production Oder. However, if you had open Work Orders when upgrading, the old Work Orders can still be viewed.

    When a Production Order is open, click on the base document icon on the toolbar to display the Work Order on which it is based.

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    i recommend you to use F1 in your sbo client

    and search for "work orders"

    than select title "Work Order Window" and there is everything in Detail !

    regards

    David

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      David:

      Thank you!

      When I installed the SBO 7.1,It has "Work Order" menu item.and it work normaly. A moment later,I upgrade it from 7.1 to 2004b,It exist and "Produrct Order" added,and it's can be used. But when I upgrade it from 2004b to 2005b,it throwed an error,so that I have to Install the 2005b directly,and restore the database from my backup.then I can't see "Work Order" menu again,and it's feature can't be support. How can I do?

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