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Short Quantity Issue

Hi Experts,

My client is facing short quantity issue -

Case 1:-


The issue is that suppose they generate purchase order of 1000 quantity and they received 800 quantity from supplier but they received purchase tax invoice of 1000 quantity how can they punch purchase tax invoice of 1000 quantity while they received 800 quantity in sap business one.

Case 2:-

The issue is that suppose they generate purchase order of 1000 quantity and supplier also send 1000 quantity but during transportation some quantity leak and supplier send purchase tax invoice of 1000 quantity because he send 1000 quantity how can they punch purchase tax invoice of 1000 quantity while they received 800 quantity in sap business one.



Thanks & Regards,

Navanit

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 15, 2016 at 07:46 AM

    Hi Navanit,


    Based on information given, you could use the A/P Reserve Invoice or A/P Down Payment for Case 1 and Case 2.

    It is advised to speak with the company accountant to determine the best path.


    I will mention for Case 2, the system does have a field called Without Qty Posting which could be used when damaged goods are received.



    Kind Regards,


    Nick Lakasas

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      Hi Nick,

      If we use A/P down payment for case 1 and case 2 then can we do full(1000 quantity) A/P down payment and my client want to raise A/P credit Memo for short quantity supplier or in case of leakage to whom he can raise A/P credit Memo for short quantity.

      Regards,

      Navanit

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