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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
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Old 27th January 2016, 07:56
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Quantity To Backflush, Quantity Backflushed

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Quantity To Backflush, Quantity Backflushed

Can someone tell me what is the differences between Quantity to Bacflush and Quantity Backflushed, which shown in Production Order tisfc0101s000 screen? And what this 2 fields means if have value > 0?

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Old 29th January 2016, 02:56
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If I not wrong, the quantity backflushed (tisfc001.qbfd) was just a counter and no relation with material been backflushed vs complete quantity.
So far I can find, it been use to calculate the progress bar during backflushing.

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