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IM Accumulators - forgot (possibly) to clear after year end.

IM Accumulators - forgot (possibly) to clear after year end.

IM Accumulators - forgot (possibly) to clear after year end.

(OP)
Hello again,

We did year end and either forgot or did not change to the correct period before clearing IM accumulators from OE, therefore, the YTD accumulators did not clear out. We have since closed out period 1.

I realize this is sticky, but what are our options?

Our year end was Feb. 28, and we closed out March (Period 1)

Thanks in advance.

Ivan

RE: IM Accumulators - forgot (possibly) to clear after year end.

I have a SQL script that will reset the accumulators based on the data in the IMINVTRX_SQL table. Please email me for details. Other resellers have this as well, you should check with your reseller or Exact regional office as well.

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RE: IM Accumulators - forgot (possibly) to clear after year end.

(OP)
Thanks Don, I sent you an email through your company website.

Regards,

Ivan

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