FCP creation date problem

Hi all,
1 have an installation with three MDC Xserves (10.6.2) ,8 Mac Pro clients ( 10.5.8 ) with XSAN 2.2.1 and Open Directory .
The MAC pro clients have Final Cut Pro 6.0.6 installed.
When we modify a project in FCP and save it then the creation date of the file changes to the modification date. This behavior happens only in the XSAN volumes and only for the FCP projects, if we create a text file , edit it and then save it the modification date changes but the creation date is not affected .
Thanks in advance.

Hello Margaret,
How are you downloading the pictures?
If you plug your camera to the computer and use the camera's software or iPhoto, it would add the created date to your picture. I you use a card reader, I'm afraid it would not, unless you use iPhoto with the card reader.
Gary
Message was edited by: Gary Kawamura

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    The issue is, when i raise a PO the delivery date (shipping tab) is updated correctly, using the agreed lead time (planned delivery days)
    However, the Delivery Creation Date is usually updated with 'todays' date.  It's as though the planned delivery days on the material master or PIR is being interpreted as a transit time between the plants.
    This has 2 undesirable effects:
    1.  The supplying plant has no notice, requirement date is NOW
    2.  Delivery creation batch jobs create deliveries which aren't really due yet
    I really need the Delivery creation date to be a true material availability date  ie the date the goods are required to be available in the supplying plant.  For us this would be 3 days (transit time between plants) before the delivery date. 
    Any help greatly appreciated.
    Regards
    Guy

    Guy,
    true lead time.
    is a bit ambiguous.  The system does exactly what you tell it to do.  'True Lead time" is not defined in SAP.  What do you mean by this term?  Are you talking about "Total replenishment lead time" in the material master?
    Anyhow, you are telling me you want the delivery creation date to be "three days prior to Delivery date".  No problem, set PDT to 3 days.  So, if you today created an STO with a delivery date of July 30, and the PDT was 3 days, the delivery creation date would be July 27.  If you also want cushion, then today convert the STPRs with a delivery date of July 30.  Don't wait until July 27 to convert these PRs.
    How are you creating STOs today?  You mentioned delivery dates being populated by the system.  How? What transaction/what program?  If your current process is to automatically convert all existing STPRs into STOs, then you probably need to consider adding some time to Purchase Req processing time.  OMEW in config.
    Rgds,
    DB49

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