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2003- can't change period, must post

2003- can't change period, must post

2003- can't change period, must post

I just upgraded to v2003 and am unable to change get around this problem.

When I try to change period from Apr to May, it says there are unposted transactions. So I change to batch posting, do a post all, change back to real time posting. (or just let the system post them when I try to change period) and I am in May. If I try to change to June, the same thing happens,
so I go thru the postiing process again. (repeat for every  period change).
This is fine to have to do this one time after the conversion- but if I change back to any prior period, and then back forward again, the same deal with unposted transactions. So basically, I cannot move around the periods
with having to re-post everything. We did not have this problem prior to the upgrade to v2003 (from v 8).

I did the data checks in PT- no problems. I tried the reindexing of chart, journal header and sync checks, none of these helped.

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