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Blanket PO can not change row to use Base Unit of measure

I have a client who can no longer change a row to use the Base unit of measure on a PO to accommodate when a vendor ships them a partial purchasing unit.

Example. They Purchase 2 crates and the vendor sends 2 crates plus 5 units in eaches. when I create the new line it defaults to crates since this is a purchasing document and when I change the row to use base unit of measure I get an error stating the row has already shipped even though it has not though the PO is open and no goods receipts or invoices have been created. also when I set it to use base unit of measure the UoM on the line does not change nor does the pricing.

Any ideas?

-John-Michael

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    Posted on Jul 29, 2008 at 11:27 PM

    Update-

    I realized that I used poor wording in my initial scenario. this only happens when updating existing PO's

    I have also confirmed this seems to be an issue in PL35 and 38

    Edited by: Davis John-Michael on Jul 30, 2008 1:30 AM

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 11:57 AM

    Hello Davis,

    I have seen this scenario before. This seems to be an application error.

    Please contact our Support Centre.

    Regards,

    Lorna Real

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    • Former Member

      Dear Lorna,

      Thank you for the update. I had actually submitted this with support and they confirmed it was an application error. I apologize for forgetting to update this thread.

      Best regards,

      John-Michael

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