Capture COS/WIP Activity icon

The "gear cluster", in layman's terms means "make sure you know what you
are doing before running this". In the WIP Capture/Post & Purge General
Ledger History, these are irreversable activities - via permissions, I
have limited these two activities to just myself (Purge G/L History) and
myself and a backup (WIP Capture/Post). I noticed the "gear cluster" is
also the default icon for the "Close Fiscal Period/Year" routine, and as
us bean counters know, these can always be reopened after the fact.

Hope this helps!


Thanks!

Rick Ludwig

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Subject: [Vantage] Capture COS/WIP Activity icon

In Production Management under the submenu General Operation there is an
icon named "Capture COS/WIP Activity". What does the gear cluster icon
represent? How to I use it?

To those who have given me direction to look at the help screens I do
appreciate your guidance. Personally I would love to access the help
screens as this is the most common sense approach to answering your own
question, but if you don't have a maintenance agreement this is the next
best resource. I'm working on the powers that be to renew our
maintenance agreement. Thank you for all your help and support so far.

Thanks

Jim






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In Production Management under the submenu General Operation there is
an icon named "Capture COS/WIP Activity". What does the gear cluster
icon represent? How to I use it?

To those who have given me direction to look at the help screens I do
appreciate your guidance. Personally I would love to access the help
screens as this is the most common sense approach to answering your own
question, but if you don't have a maintenance agreement this is the
next best resource. I'm working on the powers that be to renew our
maintenance agreement. Thank you for all your help and support so far.

Thanks

Jim