You upgraded Everest from V5.2.6 to V7. Since the upgrade, you discovered several instances where Everest generated customer accounts with duplicate account numbers. This causes critical problems when processing orders.
When using the Everest SDK to run an update on a customer, it automatically sets the current address status to 'D' instead of 'F' when you need to retain the original information on the existing sales documents.
To work around the issue please follow the steps below:
- Select the duplicate entries into a temporary table:
SELECT addr_code, a.active, a.cust_code, a.NAME INTO temp_addr_table FROM address a INNER JOIN cust c ON a.cust_code = c.cust_code AND a.type = 4 AND c.billcode <> a.addr_code
- Check the list:
SELECT * FROM temp_addr_table
- Update the list with the correct values:
UPDATE address SET active = 'D' FROM temp_addr_table x WHERE address.active = 'T' AND address.type = 4 AND address.addr_code = x.addr_code AND address.cust_code = x.cust_code AND address.addr_code IN (SELECT addr_code FROM temp_addr_table)
As the last query is run, it will remove the duplicate entries.
After applying the solution above, there will be no more duplicate account numbers. If you're still experiencing issues, please contact support.
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