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We want to introduce batch tracking for items.
Can you please give me an overview of the steps that would be required to make these changes to large number of items. What are the things that need to be considered? The client doesn't want to go for option 1.
Please advise which option can be feasible or has someone came across a similar kind of situation.
Thanks in Advance
I experienced a similar situation on AX2012, where the client wanted to activate the batch dimension for some items that already had movement.
By the time we went for the second option and indeed we had to close all transactions before doing it.
We performed an inventory close and that was enough to change all our InventTrans records with ValueOpen=yes to ValueOpen=no.
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