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If you have a characteristic in your planning that specifies the relationship with top level internal and the relevant internal orders beneath you can populate the new date using a three step approach. First, read the top level internal order date and save is as a variable. In a loop for the specified internal orders, move the entries to a new version while passing the new date to this new entries as well. Secondly, delete the previous entries using a delete function. Thirdly, copy the generated data to the final version and this will be your revised data. If you assign all these functions to a planning sequence, you can use a button to do this as well.
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