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Convert ACCPAC AR to 5.1A

Convert ACCPAC AR to 5.1A

Convert ACCPAC AR to 5.1A

(OP)
I am trying to convert my data to 5.1A and am having problems with the AR module.   I keep getting a message that the AROBL table cannot be converted.  I've done a data integrity check before the conversion and it all checks out fine.
Any ideas what to look at??
I have also done one other thing ... for this upgrade you have to buy the optional fields module separate ...  I don't need that option that badly to pay extra for it.  So before I converted my 5.0 data I shut that option off.

RE: Convert ACCPAC AR to 5.1A

Hi,

Chances are that the tables have the extra fields in them, the optional fields. The data will not convert if it cannot pass the module verification process in the csapp table. Convert the data with it activated, even if it is only the 30 day version.

Regards

e

RE: Convert ACCPAC AR to 5.1A

(OP)
Thankyou.   Several days ago I was finally able to convert the AR module.  I found one customer was giving me problems so I got rid of the history transactions and was then able to finish the process.
Thanks.

Rita

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