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i have stock that is showing demand based on being on sales orders that have since been deleted
i have ran a consistency check which really only tells me what i know but offers no fix?
how can i clear this demand?
If consistency check is not able to fix it, the option you may need to take is direct removal from tables by writing a job so that it's corresponding data is deleted as well. (it's not a recommended approach), always to be done in non-production environment to start with.
if there is no other choice how can it not be recommended
surely its a bug otherwise?
yes, it seems like bug. You can reach out to MS support and see if they can help. The first thing they are going to ask is - Replicate the issue. Can you replicate - If yes, MS support is your option. If no, you will have issue convincing MS that's it's a bug. They need specifics.
ok thanks Satish
we managed to get the transactions deleted in the AOT
all sorted now
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