Inventory, Orders Management, Warehouse Operations
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When using the pick/pack/ship functions, the quantity on the scanner always defaults to 1 and the user has to manually push the button to change the quantity on the line to the actual picked quantity. This can become a very tedious when there are pages of shipping lines to be picked.There should be a setting in the Sales Order Preferences->Warehouse Management tab that allows the pick screen to default to the quantity on the shipment line.The purchase receipt screen has a similar option to set the default the receipt quantity to zero or to the PO order qty.
We want to create a report with item mages and send the report via a busines event. The report would have a customer’s prior item purchases with the each item’s image from the item’s “attributes”. Is there a way in the same report to have an item’s description, the item’s purchase history, and the the item’s image from item attributes in the same report?
Any ideas? My customer would like to be able to track a type of 'backorder' on a transfer between warehouses. If in one warehouse the goods are normally stored and a transfer to another warehouse is needed. When there is insuffiencent quantity in the standard warehouse to fullfill the transfer, a ‘backorder’ transfer is then created.
Hey everyone, I’m wondering if this inventory behavior is normal or should be defined differently. This particular Credit Memo created an Issue and this is what it looks like on the GL. I just want to know if this is normal behavior or if maybe we missed some sort of inventory preference configuration?GL TransactionIssue
Situation is this:Item has the stock profile replenishment settings to have a source of Purchase to Order.Warehouse setting has no default replenishment classFeatures enabled for Sales Order to Production Order syncThere is no Item Detail Warehouse setup for this item.When I enter a Sales Order, the Mark for PO does not default when selecting that warehouse. But when I change the replenishment class on that warehouse, it will default with that setting, but this does not always work for every parts, therefore this cannot be the answer.When I add the Item Warehouse detail it works too, but this takes quite a bit of maintenance. My question is, why when I enter this item on a Sales Order, and there is no replenishment setting on the warehouse, and no item detail setting for the item, that it does not automatically look at the standard replenishment setting for the stock profile?
Is it possible to configure an item on a blanket sales order?I have a customer who uses the Product Configurator to configure items on sales orders. They are exploring using blanket sales orders, but it doesn’t look like configuring is possible on a blanket SO type.
Client uses multipliers to calculate min and max dynamically. In order to work on a possible solution we need to import historical sales so that we can have Acumatica generate a daily moving average.Two questions:How should those historical transactions be imported? (invoices, issues, etc) When doing the calc for daily moving average, how does Acumatica do that math? Is it taking into account number of business days in a month vs the total days in a month?
We have a use case in Acumatica WMS where we have shipments that require more than one package to ship the products. In our environment, most line items of an order require a separate shipping box. We have our stock items set to auto-package by a quantity of 1 into a specific size shipper. For shipments, when we create our wave pick list it all works fine. We can use Pick, Pack, Ship and in @pick mode we can select the correct qty, totes, lot/serial#s and confirm the pick list correctly. However, when we get to @pack mode, each shipment throws an error if there is more than one package (anything with multiple lines or a qty greater than 1). The specific error is “The Pack mode is in use. The 000179 shipment cannot be processed in the Pack mode because the shipment has two or more packages assigned.” For example, we create a shipment for an order of 3 cases of water. We create the picking worksheet (pick list), select the shipment from the Pick, Pack, Ship screen, follow prompts and Co
Situation: sales order was changed to Credit Hold status when the SO was taken off hold. A user clicked the REMOVE CREDIT HOLD button and the order is now open.It appears there is no way to put that SO back on credit hold. If the order is put back on regular HOLD and then taken off hold. It does not go back through the credit checks, it just opens the SO.Is this how it’s supposed to function?How do I get the order back on credit hold?Thank you!
Can AcuPayments be used with: WooCommerce, Big Commerce, and Shopify?If so, which behaviour should I be expecting? I’m assuming it’s #1.Authorize and Capture on the website Sales order and captured Payment transmitted to Acumatica Authorize on website – Capture in Acumatica before shipment. Sales order and Authorization payment transmitted to Acumatica. I’m also open to a link to documentation about AcuPayments, but my quick searching is not returning anythng menaingful regarding who it can be used with and how it will be used. Thanks!
I am getting this error despite having the item in stock and availabe=le.The upgrades is a non-stock item, the Install is a service item. The FGSO item is a stock item which shows as available, but we can’t include it on a shipment. The shipping rule is Ship Complete.The FGSO item is the one blocking it but not sure why as the item is available and we are trying to create the shipment for today.
I am looking for a good solution to verify special order items are correct. We do a lot of special orders where we buy items only after a customer places an order. After receiving the PO, we put them into a single Special Order bin. We can link the PO to the sales order so it automatically allocates. The problem is when the shipment is created, the quantities are automatically allocated and therefore don’t require scanning. Many of our items look similar so it is easy for someone to grab the wrong item. Anyone have a good solution?
How does your organization manage the use of Inventory Items in Acumatica? Has anyone run into the issue of reaching the maximum number of inventory Items, which is what I assume is a limit of 1,000,000 records? Plus the export functionality from Acumatica to Excel could be restricted by Excel’s maximum row limit of 1,048,576 rows. Does anyone have any experience with or comments on this?
Hi all,I have searched high and low for this but cant seem to find an answer.Is it possible for a direct vendor return without the item returning back into our warehouseHere is the scenarioCustomer orders item, item is fault, vendor says they will pick it up from the customer, I will credit the customer and the vendor will credit meIt appears to me that I can only create a customer return to bring it back into stock and then a purchase return to send it back to the vendor so the item does look like it was returned to my warehouse at some point when it was not
When I add a Barcode or Global record to the CROSS-REFERENCE tab on the Stock Items (IN202500) screen like this: I can then enter an entire Barcode or Global value in the Inventory ID field on the Purchase Receipts (PO302000) screen. When tabbing out of the Inventory ID field, Acumatica correctly finds the Item and converts the value to the Inventory ID value in Acumatica. However, when entering an entire Barcode or Global value in the Inventory ID field on the Issues (IN302000) screen, Acumatica is not as “smart” in that it doesn’t find the Item. It would be really nice to have this working on the Issues (IN302000) screen so it can be used for issuing materials to Projects.Are there any plans to get this working on the Issues (IN302000) screen?
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