If your address is a static value in your Service Report, you may want to consider using merge fields/values to avert this situation for good. If your org is growing, you may even want to tier it once to sustain additional locations / acquisitions / relocations further down the line without incident.
In any case, here's a start in the right direction.
ServiceMax Setup > Service Flow Manager > SFM Transaction & DOCS Designer > (Likely Next is) "Your Custom SFM Transactions" tab : then from the drop down just beneath the previously mentioned tab, select; "to generate on Output Document for a header record with/without its child records"
Locate the appropriate Service Report output document, Create a copy, edit your copy, proof your copy.
Coordinate a planned maintenance window with the appropriate service heads. When the time comes, Create another copy of your current production as a bak, update all pertinent SFM wizards to replace all pointers to your superseded form. Proof your update/revision, then mandate a config sync.
Richard Lewis - If you have a moment to offer an objective perspective, I'm all ears.. TIA
Hello Mr. Willis,
I looked where you told me to, but I found the "to generate on Output Document for a header record with/without its child records" to be empty (see attached document).
Also shown on the “small” screen in the attachment is a PDF copy of the document that I am trying to update. You can see we have our logo and then next to it is the old company address that I would like to update. If it helps, I believe Dawn Plaxton was helping us originally to do the setup (years ago). Perhaps she has an M.O that can point us in the right direction or, if she is still working there, maybe she would recall?
Cutting Edge Laser Technologies
50 Methodist Hill Drive Suite 600
Rochester, NY 14623
Hi Scott Willis, apologies for the delay in replying to this, it has been a busy few weeks. Looks like your answer was on the right track. This probably needed a screenshare to resolve which I assume is what SMax Support did. It can be hard to discuss this in the abstract at times.
Here is an update. It turns out that the address was hard coded into our service report report.
Thanks to Terri K. @ ServiceMax Support for helping to find it and telling me the way to update it!