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Error while stock posting through template

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im using stock taking tamplate for posting stock.after importing dtw shows no error, but when i observe the stock then the stock is not inserted.Whats the reason?how to solve it?

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 04:53 AM

    Make sure your selected warehouse match with your DTW data.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 05:02 AM

    After DTW, you need to manual post them. Have you gone through this procedure?

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 05:09 AM

    Go to Stock Tracking & Posting to check if you DTW data is under Stock Tracking. If they are, go to Stock Posting to click reconcile.

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 12:23 PM

    y

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      Hi Krishna,

      Actually when you import the data thru the oStock taking, then the data features in the

      Inventory> Inventory Transactions> Initial Quantities......

      in the Inventory Tracking tab page wih the counted check box ticked.

      Then you update that and then open the same thru the stock posting tab and post by clicking on reconcile.

      Now as a prior activity you should have the price list imported in the system. Before you update the counted quantities in inventory tracking, go to the initial quantities tab page and select the price list. The system will then take this price as the item cost to post in the inventory.

      As a an activity to proceed, generally I would suggest that you take the item cost from the client, make a price list name "Item cost" and then import the price values for all the items.

      Then you start the quantity import. So this price list is only for the stock posting purpose.

      so to put in in a step wise schedule

      1. Import price list and price values

      2. go to Inventory> Inventory Transactions> Initial Quantities......

      3. Initial quantities tab> and select the required price list for inventory posting

      4. Import thru DTW (oStocktaking)

      5. go to Inventory> Inventory Transactions> Initial Quantities......

      inventory tracking tab> update

      6. Inventory> Inventory Transactions> Initial Quantities......

      stock posting tab> Reconcile

      Then there will be a posting in the inventory gain which is an ofset entry for the import of opening balance. The same way you create an offset account during the update of BP opening balance. You may change the name to Opening balance offset and map that account during the time you reconcile the stock posting.

      I hope this answers your query.

      Regards,

      Raj.

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