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Printing the Manufacturer's Number on Purchase Orders

Hello:

In SAP Business One, can the Manufacturer's Number from Item Master Data be printed on Purchase Orders? If so, how? I'm not seeing this when I print.

Thanks!

John

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    Jan 04 at 10:18 PM

    It's not possible to save the file directly. You can edit the report, save it on your computer, make changes and then re-import it. Or create a new layout.

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  • Jan 03 at 04:34 AM

    Dear John Ellis,

    The manufacturing catalog number is available in standard SAP Business one Layout.

    Before creating Purchase order Go to Form setting - Under Document Tab - Check the : Print BP Catalog Number option

    then Go to table format tab - and select the BP Catalog No check box : visible and active.

    Now Ensure that BP catalog number is displaying for each item from the item master. If not got to Item master - Under Purchasing Data tab :

    Update the Mfr catalog No.

    Hope this answer is helpful

    Regards

    Dinesh

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  • Jan 03 at 09:17 PM

    Hi Dinesh:

    I'm afraid that that's not the field that I'm talking about

    I'm talking about the Mfr Catalog No. field that's on the Purchasing tab of Item Master Data.

    I have added this field into the PO window using Form Settings, but it is not showing on the PO. How do I get it to show, upon printing the PO?

    John

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    • Dear Jhone,

      Excuse me for the misunderstanding.that's my mistake, the field which you are looking for is VendorNum from purchase order screen.

      Export your purchase order crystal report layout and add this VendorNum in Detail section and check its showing the preview with the Mfr Catalog No, now save this file somewhere in your system.

      Then open Layout designer from the tool bar, Click manage Layout - Import - Next - Browse - Select the Layout - Choose content type as Layout - Click browse - Select POR2 table - Next (Rename or replace) - Finish

      Close the layout manager and reopen it again and set the new layout as default.

      Thanks

  • Jan 03 at 10:14 PM

    Are you using PLD or Crystal Reports?

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  • Jan 03 at 10:19 PM

    Hi:

    The Purchase Order is in Crystal Reports, as I later found out.

    So, I opened Report and Layout Manager and clicked the "Edit" button. Then, I added this field to the Purchase Order in Crystal.

    Afterward, I printed my Purchase Order, again.

    Much to my surprise, however, the field did not appear on the printed Purchase Order.

    Next, I reopened the report in Crystal and the field that I added was not in the layout in the Design tab. I tried, once again, to save. But, the change did not save.

    How can I get a field that I add to Crystal Reports to appear, then, when printing the Purchase Order?

    Thanks!

    John

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