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Sale Order Invoice Date mistake

Sale Order Invoice Date mistake

Sale Order Invoice Date mistake

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While invoicing Sales orders dated 1/5/09, I incorrectly put an invoice date of 1/6/08.  The GL posted to 1/6/09 and all the inventory transactions posted based on the sales order ship date of 1/6/09.  The problem is that the invoices post to the AR aged schedule with the 1/6/08 date.  Is there any way to change those updated invoice dates from 1/6/08 to 1/6/09?  I have a time consuming solution, but it would seem that I should be able to somehow update those invoice records.

On another note, anyone know any good MAS-90 programmers in the Seattle area?  We have a very old version form 1995 I think.
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RE: Sale Order Invoice Date mistake

You would either need to update each one through data file display and maintenance, or use a Visual Integrator job to update them all.

What exactly are you looking to get "programmed"?

What version number are you on?

Dawn

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RE: Sale Order Invoice Date mistake

Performing an invoice adjustment just for the invoice date will correct the aging category.  This is fairly easy and doens't hit gl.

RE: Sale Order Invoice Date mistake

First the correct way to do it and keep any auditors happy is to issue a credit on the 2008 date and then re-invoice on the correct date.

As for programming if you have an old version of MAS from 1995 then you really need to update. Programmers/Master Developers probably will not have the resources to work on a version that old.

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