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HOW TO LINK WAREHOUSE DOCNUMBER TO INCOMING PAYMENTS USING DTW

Please help me how to link the A/R invoice Warehouse document number to Incoming Payments template.


i have a printscreen of AR invoice here and i want to this document number will link in INCOMING PAYMENTS templates. because when i try to import in IP it says INVALID DocEntry but when A/R invoice document no. is in PRIMARY i imported without error but when the A/R invoice no. is for example CALAMBA and the document number is 702624 i got an when this number i put in RCT2-Payment_Invoice Doc.entry field.



hope you guys can help me to solve this problem..thanks

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  • Posted on Jun 03, 2014 at 01:43 AM

    this is the Printscreen of A/R


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    • hi! my problem is i got invalid docentry in RCT-Payment-Invoice when AR invoice no. is set in Calamba and has a default series number..if the AR invoice no. set to primary. and if ar invoice no.is primary and docnumber of invoice is for example 2001 and this number i'de put to RCT2 docentry field ididnt got an error...

      ther problem is if the ar invoice no.set to for example CALAMBA - the ar invoice docnumber of transaction is 700004 like that,,and i will put it to RCT2 field in incoming payment.when i imported it says invalid doc.entry

      thanks hope you will me

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