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How to define that Pick List is Closed (Cancelled)

Hi!

How to define that Pick List is Closed through B1 main menu Data->Close?

I need to define if the PL is closed by the Delivery or by the user through B1 main menu Data->Close.

I didn't find such field in OPKL and PKL1

Thanx!

David

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    Posted on Nov 17, 2007 at 10:42 PM

    David,

    The pick list or Pick Pack Manager is just a means to fulfil the Pick Pack and Ship function. It is not really a marketing document.

    If you are not picking something, and you want to close the Sales Order, it actually means a backorder for the balance un picked quantity and you could close/Cancel the Sales Order.

    If you could explain your scenario / requirement, it might help me to understand better.

    Suda

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    • Former Member Owen Slater

      Hi, Owen!

      Owen, the problem is in PickLists, not in the Orders.

      Imagine the situation - we have 2 PickLists (Inventory ->Pick and Pack manager).

      1st PickList is closed by the user (Data->Close). 2nd is closed by the Delivery.

      Both have status "closed". I want to exclude the 1st PickList from the report. I didn't find any sign in tables OPKL, PKL1, APKL defining that PickList is closed by the user (Data->Close).

      Thanks for UDT proposal - i thought about that...

      Thanks for your time!

      David

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    Posted on Nov 17, 2007 at 03:40 PM

    Very needed! B1 2005A.

    APKL doesn't contain such info too 😔

    Thnx!

    David

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