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Changing Invoice dates.

Changing Invoice dates.

Changing Invoice dates.

Pervasive V8
Windows 2000

Hi, is there any program in the market to change A/P invoice dates similar to the ones that change the A/R customer IDs or G/L accounts?

If such program does exist and you can create a program to do that, what are the tables and fields in A/P that you have to use to change the invoice dates and keep the data integrity?

Any help appreciated.

Thanks,   Jose.

RE: Changing Invoice dates.

The easiest way to get the information you want is to record a macro. When you stop recordsing you will see the views and fields that are being used and need to be updated. A simple macro to change the dates should be relatively simple. You would just need to know the views and fields (from the recorded macro) and develop a small interface to assist the user..

Take Care,


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