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HELLO! need help, compliance dea

HELLO! need help, compliance dea

HELLO! need help, compliance dea

  need help, compliance deadline is comin up! My TP is sending duplicate POs: Live and Test docs. Since their the same, Macola would only integrate one part, audit report would say "did not process, already integrated". Which obviously means it only did one part of the whole batch (excluding the duplicates). How do I get around this? I purged the cap. files and it still didn't integrate. Is there a "switch" in Macola to "accept" dupl. files? Or any other way to actually process my 850-create and send 856-create and send 810 (all for the duplicate test POs). I was able to "reintegrate old" but it overwrites my live POs?
THANX alot for any help.


RE: HELLO! need help, compliance dea

If I understand your question correctly (and I some doubt in this respect), you need to process the same inbound 850 document twice.  If this is correct, do you need to do this in the same Macola database?  If so, the only way that I know to do this is to change the inbound order number however I suspect this will cause a problem for your trading partner.

If you do not need to have both inbound 850 documents in the same database, then you can create a second company for the test documents and continue to use your "live" company for the "real" documents.  I would expect that the the test documents come in a separate batch from the real documents and therefore, you should not have a problem with this solution.

If you have further questions, please let me know.

Thank you.

Hugh M. Riddle, Jr.

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