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Reverse Commitments

Is there a way to un SOFT commit an order? We are using future commits,
there are times when (after we soft commit) we will want to undo that soft
commit. I have not really seen the way to do this ...

Thanks .

Bill Powell
ICS Inc. - Central Florida
Bill.Powell@ICSolutions.COM
Client Services Manager
Phone - (813) 287-1568
Fax - (813) 287-1621
Voice Mail - (800) 676-4427 x7020
 

umesh

Member
Run repost


----- Original Message -----
From: bill powell <bill.powell@icsolutions.com>
To: <jdelistml@jdelist.com>
Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2001 8:18 AM
Subject: Reverse Commitments ~~0:4488


> Is there a way to un SOFT commit an order? We are using future commits,
> there are times when (after we soft commit) we will want to undo that soft
> commit. I have not really seen the way to do this ...
>
> Thanks .
>
> Bill Powell
> ICS Inc. - Central Florida
> Bill.Powell@ICSolutions.COM
> Client Services Manager
> Phone - (813) 287-1568
> Fax - (813) 287-1621
> Voice Mail - (800) 676-4427 x7020
>
>
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Bill, running the repost open orders does not undo soft commits. What it
does is 'redo' the soft and hard commits in the item/location file (F41021)
by reading the entire sales order file and adding up all the orders that are
committed. I know of no way to undo a soft commit, other than canceling the
order. You can control which orders are hard committed though. You can
also change the availability calculation to not include soft commits.

I am curious as to why your client wants to undo the soft commit.

Andy Klee

Klee Associates
J.D. Edwards Certified Professional
Voice: (970) 856-4811
Cel: (203) 223-5216
www.JDETips.com
 
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