Inventory and Manufacturing Movements should ALWAYS be corrected the way
they were created i.e. reverse Production Booking with subsequent
correction.  What period is your inventory calendar?   GL should always be
corrected with a Journal Entry if possible.  Why make life hard on yourself.


For Starters:
Assuming Sales Invoices: OEP65, OEP70, OEP50?, SLP15, SLP20, SLP25, 
Assuming AP Vouchers: PLP15, PLP20, PLP25
GL: FLP007, FLP025 (SESSION), FLP018 (1099's), Perform GL Rebuild 
AFI: why correct FIP45?

I'm sure there is many more depending on your usage...  Good Luck.
                

-----Original Message-----
From: system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Ostrowski, Bruce
Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2006 10:44 AM
To: System 21 Users
Subject: [SYSTEM21] Transaction Posting to the wrong period.

We had 1 ½ days of transaction post to the wrong period at the beginning of
this year.  The transactions were invoices and inventory transactions.  Does
anyone know all the files that need change to correct the posting period?
We have correct the posting problem but know need to clean up the incorrect
transactions.

 

Bruce Ostrowski            

Utilimaster

 

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