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We have a difficulty to identify how to change a release production order's plan production date to a new date. Specially when the expected delivery date has passed due to some issues(machine break down, sudden holy day ,work overload, )we can't reschedule the release production orders all together. Even one by one also not possible without canceling reservations. Once the reservations cancel , link between sales order and release order is disappearing. How to rectify this issue?
If I understand correctly you would like to replan the production order
Kindly check this link
Yes, replan of a order which production date has already passed due to some operational issue. We have noticed that we can't replan when the order is in "release" status and the expected delivery date has passed.
Let's check your suggestion.
You can try to run Refresh Production Order Batch Job: msdn.microsoft.com/.../hh173088(v=nav.70).aspx
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