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Macola Customer File Rebuilding help

Macola Customer File Rebuilding help

Macola Customer File Rebuilding help

Some data was corrupted in my ARCUSFIL and I need to re-populate all of the aging information etc in that file. Will rebuilding the Customer file recalculate all the aging data? if not is there anther way. Or do I need to rebuild then Process: Recalculate Customer Account Balances and Process: Age Customer Account Balances. ? (currently my aging report is locking up)

Macola Progression 7.7.400


RE: Macola Customer File Rebuilding help

The aging comes from the AROPNFIL table. You are correct that the aging process will populate the ARCUSFIL properly, but there is no requirement to do this nor would this cause your aging report to lock up.

I would run a file validation on the ARCUSFIL and the AROPNFIL. Fix all the errors you find.

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