We had an issue 'recently' where users had back dated inventory
transactions. BPCS is smart enough to know that if there is a transaction
'POST MONTH END' dated into the previous month, that the opening balance
on the new month is affected.

Norman K. Boyd
MIS Administrator
Showa Aluminum Corp. of America

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[BPCS-L] Need Help


We are usingBPCS 6.04.
I'm facing inventory problem since Year end (31st Mar07)
After month end the inventory opening balances are not correct.
they r varying. some r -ve also.

Means, when I post Physical Inventory at month end, before posting
balances in HPH r ok (i.e. entered by user Physical Qty.)
Then after Posting opening balances r varies.

Again, only those values r varies on whch transactions r made in
that month.

Plz help me out.


Vitthal Kulkarni

Matsushita Washing Machine I Pvt Ltd
Pune (India)

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