One way I could think of doing it.  At the year end, create
yet another company in JBA, a 3rd company.  Then write quick
SQL scripts to copy the records and re-add them with the
changed company number.

You should then wind up with 3 companies, your company, and
2 copies of your sister company.  Give one of the sister
companies JBA accounts to the buying out party for their
own use, and keep one for your use.

Regards,

Jim Langston

-----Original Message-----
From: tkresky@sunflowermfg.com [mailto:tkresky@sunflowermfg.com]

Currently we share a box with a sister company, with them set up in a
separate environment (3.5.2 SP2).  The assets of the company are being sold
at year-end to a new company, who will remain on our box for a time, while
they work to move off to another box.  This creates a problem.  We need
their General Ledger for OUR purposes next year as we close out the
company.  Yet, come January, the new company will be using the G/L for
their purposes.

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