Lance,In cases where we are firing off some type of action that we don't want to duplicate later, we set a bit field on the appropriate record and check that as the process begins-- and exit if it's true (i.e opportunity already created).
If you use a timeout until the bid date, then if the date changes prior to the original date input, the process should adjust to it if the date field is a process trigger.
If the user wants to change the bid date after the original date and the opportunity is already generated, then I would train them to update the date on the created opportunity to the new bid date.
Thank you for this, I tested this theory out and it works like a champ!! If the Opp has already been created, this shouldn't be an issue since I am closing out the Project once an Opp is created.
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