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. I'm complete new to NAV system and stressed out by changing over 50 POs last week. During changing Expected Receive Date, I saw Order Date has changed, for some non-sense reason, I tried to stop Order Date changing by accidently changed original Order Date on the top. My director doesn't know how to use NAV. Both of us don't have back up of PO pdf. (I know. stupid. No one save POs in shared drive. The PO creator and another purchasing person left company recently.
Is there a way I can retrieve Order Date history?
It Would Be A Great Help If You Could.
Hi Lisa in LA ,
Not sure if you are already having scheduled backup or change log setup enabled, by those two ways you can actually retrieve the old data. Can you please confirm that?
Hi, If the system has enabled the Change Log, or the Archive function, it may be possible to see the history.
Change Log: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics-nav-app/across-log-changes
Archive Document: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics-nav-app/across-how-to-archive-documents
Or if your database has weekly backups, you can also directly connect to the backup database to view historical data.
Hope this helps.
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