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Unplanned Delivery Cost

Hi Experts

In regards to unplanned delivery cost such as freight or duty, I understand that these can be added as "Additional Cost Debit Item" select the product type & product ID

I'm getting the following error "It not possible to distribute the cost, add one or more items among which you distribute cost or increase the quantity and amount of the existing item.

Can someone explain to me what the error is?

Thank you Antonio

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2014 at 07:41 AM

    Hello Antonio

    The error message is raised as you have not added the reference to existing Supplier Invoices/Credit Memos. The Unplanned cost will be additional cost with reference to the existing Supplier Invoice.The Unplanned Cost can be distributed among multiple Supplier Invoices from different Suppliers.

    You need to follow the below mentioned steps for distributing among the Invoices and Credit Memos.

    1. Click on "Distribute among other invoices or credit memos"

    2. Then Search for the Purchase Order ID and Click on Go.

    3. Click on Distribute this landed cost.

    4. Click on OK.Now the Invoice should be Ready for Posting.


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