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Blocking a partcular batchnummber for a bussiness partner

Hi all,

It's possible to block a particular batchnumber (at article level) for deliveries/goods receipt, or block it for all movements etc.

Is it also possible to block a particular batchnumber for delivery to a certain business partner?

In the batchmanagement there's no possibillity to do this.

We can ofcourse create a udf field at row level in the sales order to put information in for the pickinglist, but is it maybe possible in an other way?

Any suggestion?

Best regards,

Carl Verhagen

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    Posted on Oct 09, 2008 at 02:08 PM

    Hi Carl,

    I am afraid that will only be possible through SDK or add-on. There are no built-in function to support what you need.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 07:00 AM

    You can try to use the Batch Status for this as an workaround.

    Status : Displays the current batch status as follows:

    Released u2013 enables you to perform transactions on a batch.

    Not Accessible u2013 you cannot release a batch in a sales document or an A/P credit memo, because the status defines the batch in the middle of a production process or a quality check. However, you can release a batch in a stock transfer document.

    Locked u2013 you can release the batch in stock documents only, for example, a stock transfer or goods issue.

    You can have the Batch Status as Not Accessible/ Locked depending upon the requirment.

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