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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
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Recalculation of sales quotation from budget
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Dear All,
I generated sales quotation from budget project (tipcs2240m000) after that there is a change in pricing & quantity so I again calculate cost prices by project (tipcs3250m000) so whatever changes done in cost prices should directly update in sales quotation which is created for that project by running recalculate price/discounts quotation line (tdpcg0240s000)
Whatever changes done in budget related to cost is not updating in sales quotation which is derived from budget so please provide how to update latest prices in sales quotation

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