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UOM Issue

Hi All,

Still I am not getting the solution. My Pur UOM is in Kgs and my Inv UOM is Nos.The KGs per Nos will change for every Transaction.Is there a solution to enter manually the Inv Qty without updating the Pur Qty. Now in standard B1 there is a field Qty(Inv UOM).If a value is entered there it is updating the Qty(Pur) field with the same Qty. Is there a way to enter the inv qty without updating the Qty(Pur)
Thanks and Regards,

S.G.Sekar

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2014 at 02:11 AM

    Check this out Sekar, by the way what's your version

    Cheers

    Sandeep

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2014 at 03:34 AM

    Hi Sekar,

    your case is interesting, may be we have to look at this case in a different way.

    Could you tell me why "The KGs per Nos will change for every Transaction" this happens

    Cheers

    sandeep

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      Hi Sekar,

      In Such case, I think you should define / Maintain Dimensions (Thickness - Shape - XX etc) based Item Master Data.

      Other possibilities will have some or other Limitations

      for some reasons if you dont want to maintain so much Master data & your Client only need consolidated KGs Stock Info then

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      If the UoM Relation is not Fixed (INV & PUR) then its not much of Valuable info from Inventory POV. for this you could buy in KG's & than capture No's UoM info in UDF just for the PO or Purchase Documents. you could have Reports & Control based on this info

      Cheers

      Sandeep

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