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Dynamics Great Plains Manufacturing Time Stamp

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Is there a table in sql that can tell me the exact time a Manufactring order was changed to the Released Status?
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by:RiteshShah
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As per my knowledge you can't get it correctly, it may be possible with transaction log reading.
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I found the MO history file.  It will work MOP10213
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