Inventory, Orders Management, Warehouse Operations
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When creating a purchase requisition and then a purchase order in Branch 1 from a purchase request created in Branch 4, the lines on the purchase order are created with a Branch 1 designation which is not correct.When creating the requisition and purchase order in Branch 4 from a purchase request created in Branch 4, the purchase order lines are created with a Branch 4 designation, which is correct.Our purchasing department typically work in Branch 1. We don’t see a Branch designation on the purchase requisition screen which would notify the purchasing agent to switch to a different branch to create the requisition/PO. The branch field is only visible on the PO line when created which is too late. Is there a solution we may be overlooking?Thank you.
When we figuring out stock depletion, we often run into trouble with quantities on open blanket purchase orders. For example, we will look at inventory summary and inventory allocation to see a list all current inventory on hand, supply and demand. However, there doesn’t seem to be any report tied to the inventory item that includes quantities open on a blanket PO. As a result, contracts reflected in blanket PO’s are overlooked when we’re planning the phase out of an item resulting in all sorts of issues like restocking fees, large scrap values or modifying deployment plans.Is there any way to have visibility to open blanket PO quantities when looking at inventory summary or allocation? Is there any reason that these screens wouldn’t/shouldn’t include quantities on blanket PO?
Hi, A client has found that an item in the Prepare Replenishment query is showing no value for the Qty to Process screen, but it looks like it should be showing a value since a customer has ordered 2 of this item and the client only has 1 of these in stock. Is this query result incorrect or can you see a reason why the Qty to Process column is set to 0? Kind regards,Andrew
Where a PO is raised for an SO, ensure that the cost is transferred to the SO, not the cost based on the costing method.
Is there a way to ensure that the cost of goods on a PO that is linked to an SO is passed directly to the SO?Our client is a trader and generally buys for each customer order although they do keep some stock. Their traders source the goods and then place the SO and PO and they want to ensure that the price of the goods on the PO is the cost that arrives on the sales invoice. Is there a way to do this while having stock in the system of the same product which is valued according to Average or Fifo? Thanks
Hi Team,We don’t see the Relations View in the base graph SOOrderEntry or Extended graphs, whereas available in the aspx.Could you please help us how to access that view in the custom extension graph of the our customization. Thanks & Regards,Vidyakeerthi K
Hi there,I have a scenario where I need to invoice one shipment on three different invoices, as our sales rep has agreed that the customer can pay over three months.Is this possible, rather than just creating one invoice and telling the customer to pay in equal instalments over three months
We are currently in the process of upgrading our Acumatica instance from 22.120.0019 to 23.109.0023.During the testing of our API integration, we have noticed that we are no longer able to push through a Sales Order that has a negative value in the Unit Price field, and we are presented with the following error: Incorrect value. The value to be entered must be greater than or equal to 0. I tried to capture a SO manually, to check if the same issue exists, and indeed it does:If I attempt to save the SO, it changes the value to 0.00 Question:Is this ability now completely removed, or is there a configuration setting relating to this that I can change to allow the negative value?PS. I searched through the release notes for 22R2 & 23R1, but I couldn’t find something specific to this.
I created a few attributes to enter numeric values, the control type is “Text”, when I add these fields to a GI I would like the header filters to have the numeric filtering options such as greater than or less than, ETC. however I only have now the text options such as begins with.is there anyway Acumatica should treat these fields as numeric values instead of text?
Example - Customer A having X printer for shipping or carrier labels and they have setup the preferences for printing with X printer.Customer B having Y printer for shipping or carrier labels and when they try to print printer prints on X printer instead of Y. How we can add separate printer for separate customer and their location?
In Shipment Screen if user will enter Notes at the Header of the Screen and in the Details Tab of the Screen as well It should display the Notes of Header as well as Grid. Both Notes should display.How can we display in the report?
Hi all, I’m looking to add UPS Ground Freight to our list of carriers/shipvia’s using the Acumatica UPS Plugin. The wiki notes carriers have various service types and lists ‘UPS Ground with Freight Pricing’ as one of the examples, leading me to believe this should be possible. Since UPS Ground freight uses a different endpoint URL for pricing and shipping, I’ve copied our existing UPS carrier that is currently working and added the freight URLs: Endpoint: https://wwwcie.ups.com/webservices/FreightRateShip Endpoint: https://wwwcie.ups.com/webservices/FreightShip I have also granted freight pricing, shipping, and pickup on our UPS account for production and have also tried this with the production URL’s. However, I keep receiving this error when doing a rate lookup: Carrier Service returned error. 9371000:Invalid Freight Shipping Request Document Does anyone know how to correct this issue?
We have a situation where customers come into the facility multiple times/day or week to get product. We are just using an Invoice type sales order (no shipments) to record the shipment by entering warehouse/location in the sales order. Upon prepare Invoice it creates invoice and processes inventory issue, etc. This works fine one by one. However, we would like to be able to create consolidated invoices for the day/week using Process Orders screen. I know that we can choose Prepare Invoice in that screen and it will create one invoice for all the orders for that customer that met the criteria entered on top. We need it to apply additional grouping. For example, in one day or week, 12 sales orders/invoices, 5 have PO/Cust Order Number 1234 and 7 PO/Cust Order Number 5678. If I just ran wide open it would create one invoice with all 12. I need it to create 2 invoices, one for each PO/Cust Order Number. Actually, these are all for Projects and I'd need that to be the first group
For the life of me, I cannot figure out why a time entry is not updating the Balances or Cost Budget tab of a project. I can see the transaction in Activity History. I’m using the TMR03 project and Jane Doe and booking billable time to the 301 JRCONS project task. I’ve tried with a time card and a time activity. Both show in Activity History but neither show in the Cost Budget. I’m using the November Sales Demo snapshot.
Hello, In our business, 1 Sales order would have more than 20 SO lines. In some cases, the salesman would put duplicated “inventory ID” in different solines by mistaken. I know, sorting by inventoryID and human check would be a good practice for them to detect the duplicated lines. However, as an IT staff, can I add more logics to remind them there are duplicated inventory id lines? Yes, using customization code would definitely achieve this need, however, I am poor of coding. So if you suggest coding, can you apply some code examples. I also prefer some without coding tricks, can business event or pop up note or something else achieve it? Note: it might not need to be real time reminder, which is reminding right after the line inputting, It can be accepted by overall checking, such as check only when saving the whole document. Thanks in advance.
Hi there - We have a customer who uses the ShipEngine plug-in to perform international shipments. In cases where there are multiple boxes being sent within a single shipment, this causes an issue.A separate label for each package is created, which is proper - every box needs it's own identifier for tracking. BUT, Acumatica treats each package as a separate order/shipment. The order can not be broken into multiple orders for customs purposes. This could be construed as an attempt to skirt customs fees. Most packages with values under $2,500 don't need the extra paperwork as they fall below a threshold. So, an order for $7,497 that gets put into three boxes would need the paperwork as it's above that threshold. BUT, if the system treats each of those boxes as a separate shipment, and values them each at less than $2,500, it could be seen as a means of trying to hide value and avoid fees. How do other folks handle this in the system? Any thoughts?
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