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Quantities captured in Purchase Order from Sales Order

Hi,

Here is the scenario:

1. Sales Order: Ordered 2 units of item A.

2. Item A in warehouse = 1 unit. Therefore, I'm short of 1 unit.

3. Tick Purchase Order in the logistic tab.

4. When I click Add sales order, Purchase Order confirmation window appear.

5. Quantities captured in the PO confirmation order is 2 units.

The quantities for PO should be 1 unit, isn't it?

This is weird. I tested this a few days ago. The PO only captured the quantities that I'm short of, not the full quantities.

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2010 at 08:15 AM

    You should make PO from MRP if u want as per your scenierio.If you will make PO from SO ,It will pick whole quantity.

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    Deepak Tyagi

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2010 at 04:54 AM

    Hi Joyce

    As per your scenario if there are two items in sales order and if u make a purchase order out of it it would have 2 items in it

    because it does not take into account the MRP aspect it directly links a direct link between sale and purchase order in the backend and also there exist a link between line items and there quantities

    if u wana run the system eeping in mind the MRP concept then u would require to run the purchase order from MRP

    Regards

    Manish

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    Posted on Jul 05, 2010 at 07:52 AM

    Hi Everyone,

    Thank you very much. It's all clear now.

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