We are on version 4.02. We have a situation where we have copied the M
transaction to M1 but changed the "check shop order" and "affect shop
order" flags to "N" for cases where we want to reverse reported production
but no longer have a shop order. The issue is that we are running into is
that the M1 doesn't explode through phantoms that might be in a bill to
backflush their components. This results in onhand inventory balances
being created for the phantoms.

I have been reading the recent thread on backflushing. There seemed to be
some implication that the shop order or workcenter might affect
backflushing but I haven't found anything specific. Any ideas? Thanks.


Dave Parnin

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