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Sales Price Worksheet Unrelease

Once a Sales Price Worksheet is released it is logged in Sales Prices screen and would have to go to Sales Prices screen to remove them.

It would however be beneficial to have an "UNRELEASE" option on Sales Price Worksheet to delete all the entries a specific entry made from the Sales Prices grid.

This would also lighten the load on the DB and improve performance by being able to clear out older Sales Prices that are no longer needed.

  • Ahmed Bahar
  • Apr 17 2019
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  • Bryan Bresnan commented
    15 Feb 00:05

    You can use Sales Prices to delete about 25 at a time.  In my case I was able to filter by date effective and a UOM to find about 230 bad prices and delete them.  

  • Bryan Bresnan commented
    15 Feb 00:02

    You can use the Sale Prices inquiry to delete them.  In my case I was able to filter by effective date of today, then sort UOM to delete the bad prices.  

  • Toni Balan commented
    May 02, 2019 18:56

    I agree! We need to be able to UNRELEASE the worksheet to adjust a price, add an item or delete an item.  This would be very helpful!! 

  • WIlliam Weathersby commented
    April 23, 2019 15:35

    Or just a way to delete or inactivate a worksheet in case there is a big mistake.