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As a Customer What would do to keep your ERP Implementation intact
Proactively define Business Process-- Take the Project Ownership
Handover everything to System Integrator from drawing BP till implementation of ERP
Hire more inhouse skilled & capable IT Resource to work directly with SI
Rely on SI Architects/Consultants
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Old 17th June 2020, 14:32
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Baan: ERP LN - DB: MS SQL - OS: Microsoft Server
Job setup for every month end
Baan: Infor ERP 10.4
C/S: None/Unknown

I have 2 jobs, need to be execute on every month last day with below date setup.

Job 1 : 3 sessions
Generate plan – 1st Jun 2020 to 31st Jul 2020
Update service center - – 1st Jun 2020 to 31st Jul 2020
Release planned activities - – 1st Jun 2020 to 30th Jun 2020

Job 2 : 1 session
Process planned Activities – 1st Jun 2020 to 30th Jun2020

While we open session from job at month end date, date fields automatically set as attached screen shot.

like 1st Jun 2020 to 1st Jul 2020.

please let me know, if i can set date like above.
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Old 1st August 2020, 01:18
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Baan: BAAN IVc3 with A&D2.2b - DB: ORACLE 9 - OS: HPUX
As far as I know, the specific requirement you mention cannot be done without programming change.

But if a 30 day interval will work to represent 'one month', then, then the following is possible without any programming:

this is based on BAAN IVc3 but I believe they would not have done away with the feature in newer versions.

This has to be done logged in as the BAAN User ID that will be executing the job, because the setting is user specific.

In the From side of the date, enter a +0 instead of typing in the actual date. In the To side of the date, type +30 to represent 'one month'. (of course, the form will display today's date for the +0, and today + 30 date for the To side, but the session knows how the values are entered, and will save the 'formula' in the next step: Then in the menu bar of the session, select Options -> Save Defaults. It will ask if you wish to save the difference between entered date and System Date, as many times as there are date type fields on the form, even if only one or two of them have been changed, and each time answer 'Yes'. With this done, when the job starts on the first, the values will 1st in the From side and +30 days in the To side.

(of course, if the job starts on the second then it will go from 2nd to 2nd plus 30)

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