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MSB623 Execution Problem.

MSB623 Execution Problem.

MSB623 Execution Problem.

(OP)
I ran the MSB623 (Work Order Automatic Finalisation)for a Workgroup and the process found Work Orders but didn't finalize any Work Order.
Somebody could tell me why?
Thanks.

RE: MSB623 Execution Problem.

We auto finalize work orders using the MSB623. We wait 30 days before we finalize a closed work order. These are the steps we follow:

-Insure that the work order has been completed.

-Initiate the MSB623.

-Enter numeric value for "Individual Sub-systems Number of Days".
(For instance, Accounts Payable may be finalised after 20 days; Payroll after only 15 days (in the same batch run). Thus, a work order which was completed 17 days ago would be finalised for Payroll, but not for Accounts Payable.)

-We enter a value of "0".
-Enter the Work Group.

Note: Only work orders which are completed, not finalised and not capital, will be selected for automatic finalisation.

Try this in your test environment.



RE: MSB623 Execution Problem.

(OP)
HDGRU, thanks for the information. The problem was in the number of days that i used.

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