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We process one process order each day. Means everyday one process order is created and we record all consumption and generation of the day against that single order.

Now I have created and processed orders upto yesterday means 14-04-2011. But today on 15-04-2011 I have done some changes in order of day 01-04-2011 ,then its Basic dates get automatically changed . And today it is showing 15-04-2011 as basic dates instead of 01-04-2011.

How can I change these dates to 01-04-2011, because We have one manual report ,and we are considering the date in these report as the basic date.

Thanks and Regards,

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    Posted on Apr 15, 2011 at 06:47 AM

    In COR2

    select no scheduling for that order in scheduling type

    and then enter 01-04-2011 in basic date and save

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    Posted on Apr 15, 2011 at 06:39 AM

    Dear;

    if the Basic date you meantioned is start date and finish date of process order in the general data tab, i think you should be able to change it back by go into the process order and ignore the warning message.

    if not, please clearly indicate what the basic date is.

    tks.

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    Posted on Apr 15, 2011 at 06:05 AM

    Hi

    What changes are you making in Prodcution order

    If you change the order quantity/GI/GR the basic dates will not change.

    Regards,

    srihari.M

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