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MRP By Date Order No Generation

MRP By Date Order No Generation

MRP By Date Order No Generation

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I'm on a new Macola system now so please refer to knowledge based on Macola 7.5.103f.  We are running an MRP by Date report and finding some funky Order No's that we cannot find in the system anywhere else.  They seem to be generated by existing Shop Orders, creating subsequent lines (SO H2134 generates 82134001 and 82134002), but that's all we can figure out.  Any suggestions as to what this can be?

Thanks!

RE: MRP By Date Order No Generation

Zuluman,

Can you print the report to file, and email me the file?

Don Gilsdorf
Triangle Partners

Software Training and Support for Macola, Crystal Reports and Goldmine
251-621-8972
dgilsdorf@mchsi.com

RE: MRP By Date Order No Generation

Zuluman,

Sorry for the delay in replying, I just had a major problem at a client and have spent most of the last 3 days there.

The MR is coming from another order, so you need to run a pegging report to determine where this is coming from.  Please let me know if you have any questions on this.



Software Training and Support for Macola, Crystal Reports and Goldmine
251-621-8972
dgilsdorf@mchsi.com

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