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Macola 7.9.300 link in database of MRP to Job created to fulfill the MRP Requirement

Macola 7.9.300 link in database of MRP to Job created to fulfill the MRP Requirement

Macola 7.9.300 link in database of MRP to Job created to fulfill the MRP Requirement

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I am migrating some data from Macola to a different ERP system and I am trying to find where in the database the MRP Item would reference the Order number created to fulfill that requirement.

For example in the system I am moving to has a link to the Job_ID that is created in the system to fulfill a MRP requirement.

-Nick

RE: Macola 7.9.300 link in database of MRP to Job created to fulfill the MRP Requirement

Crazy question but should you even have to convert MRP type data. Normally you would convert the master data files, the open files. Then regenerate the MRP data in the new system. Are you trying to convert Computer or Firm Planned Orders from Macola into the new system. The natural way for find the originating data would be in a pegging report.

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