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How to copy PO docnum to the A/P Down payment Payment Invoice.?

Hello experts,

I need the configuration like, when I copy PO to the AP DP document it also carry the PO document number. Its seems quit simple by using the FMS and apply it to one of the UDF on header level. but it is not successive enough just in the case of, when no. of PO save as draft and then add into the system.

For example:

1. PO number 100. save as draft UDF of Doc num 100 -------------(A) Number 100 is always same Until no document add into the system

2. PO number 100. save as draft UDF of Doc num 100 -------------(B)

3. PO number 100. save as draft UDF of Doc num 100 -------------(C)

4. PO number 100. save as draft UDF of Doc num 100 -------------(D)

now document added into the system

1. PO number 100 actual number after add (100) UDF of Doc num 100-----------(A)

2. PO number 100 actual number after add (101) UDF of Doc num 100-----------(B)

3. PO number 100 actual number after add (102) UDF of Doc num 100-----------(C)

4. PO number 100 actual number after add (103) UDF of Doc num 100-----------(D)

henceforth, the value of UDF may show exact on the PO UDF level, but when we copy it to AP invoice or AP down payment invoice It shows the same Value which enter in the UDF, while doing document save as draft.

Please help in this situation.

thanks In advance

Regards

Vikas Nayal

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2012 at 08:21 PM

    Hi Vikas,

    Draft is only a template. You cannot treat draft as the same as formal document. The document number in draft has no meaning at all.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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