Sales order need by date field

Thats pretty much it. Any time you change something on the header that may affect a release, the system is suppose to ask if you want to update all your releases. If a release has been manually changed, then it won't update it. I have also seen where you make a change to the header, like the shipto, save the order and it never asks you to update the releases. You then change something trivial like a comment and when you save it again it asks to update the releases. So my experience is anytime you change something on an order, always check the release information and don't trust the system.




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From: Thomas Rose <t.rose@...>
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Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 6:26:19 PM
Subject: [Vantage] Sales order need by date field





(8.03.403) I'm trying to confirm my suspicions - If you enter a need by date in the order header, that is the default need by date that is used when entering lines and releases. Now, I go in an change one of the need by dates on a release. Then, I change the need by date in the order header, and save the order. The system asks me if I want to update the lines and releases with the new need by date. If I say yes, the system appears to change all the releases, except the ones where I specifically entered a need by date that is different than the old order need by date. Do I have it right that the determinant of whether or not a line/release need by date is changed is whether or not I had directly entered a need by date in the release?

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(8.03.403) I'm trying to confirm my suspicions - If you enter a need by date in the order header, that is the default need by date that is used when entering lines and releases. Now, I go in an change one of the need by dates on a release. Then, I change the need by date in the order header, and save the order. The system asks me if I want to update the lines and releases with the new need by date. If I say yes, the system appears to change all the releases, except the ones where I specifically entered a need by date that is different than the old order need by date. Do I have it right that the determinant of whether or not a line/release need by date is changed is whether or not I had directly entered a need by date in the release?

Thom Rose
Controller
Electric Mirror LLC
HOTEL LUXURY

"The World Leader in Back-lit Mirrors & Mirror TV Technology"

T 425 776-4946
A 11831 Beverly Park Rd, Bldg D, Everett, WA 98204 USA
www.electricmirror.com<http://www.electricmirror.com>

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