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Nice, but it does not address the issue where customers are using Shopify, Big Commerce, or other Acumatica supported commerce platform. The majority of commerce orders are authorized or captured with credit cards so the sales orders need to have the line item for the fee when imported from the commerce platforms. Four13 kindly provided links for BC and Shopify. The Shopify solution is incorrect because it is not a tax, but a fee that needs to be a line item. BigCommerce's solution: https://support.bigcommerce.com/s/blog-article/aAn4O000000GpC7SAK/colorado-retail-delivery-fee-rdf?language=en_USShopify's: https://community.shopify.com/c/announcements/colorado-retail-delivery-fee/m-p/1648531#M1225 Avalara seems to have a solution but I could not find a solution for the other tax providers supported by Acumatica because you need to have an account to access support.
Both the operation lines and the material lines on the Production Order Details form show the BOM ID for the phantom. Below the parent bill for AMKEURIG45 is BOM000005 and the phantom is is BOM00004. So even it you do not insert the phantom operations the material line has the BOMID of the phantom.
When the PO Line Type is Goods for Manufacturing the INItemPlan has the linkage when the PlanType is ‘M3’ or ‘M4’ purchase for production; conversely, the production order material has an M9 Production to Purchase allocation. the old help article attached explains the allocations.
If the orders are linked either by the create linked orders, by manually adding the product production order ID to each related production order, or using a project reference, or using an attribute, you can select the planned and actual cost elements on the AMProdTotal table.
Thanks. The client have one of the subaccount segments as the product line and that needs to be specified for warranty orders. An order can have multiple lines for multiple product lines. A customization is being developed to populate the reason codes based on the serial number of the unit.
We need to pull the customer order po (Notes Attribute) into the customer order field on the sales order.I tried creating a formula but it is not returning the data. Is a customer required since the note attributes are available for mapping?
Thanks. We will using Customer Price Class since we can control that by adding an element to the store do define a default price class. Where is the actual code that gets the stock item price to sync with BC? Is it in Prepare Data, Process Data, and/or Sync History?
How to find information on what Purchased Order is created from which production order (through MRP)
The planned order creation is triggered by the projected on hand going negative caused by a demand. The planned qty is net and may not equal the demand and the net qty is then factored by the order qty modifiers (min/lot size/max). Furthermore, the calculation of the planned order qty was supposed to use days of supply to consolidate the planned supply in 2022R1 making the 1 to 1 relationship of demand and supply more obscure - it was announced at Summit but apparently did not make the cut.You can, however, manually line an open PO to a material line using the production order details form.
https://www.acumaticaforms.com/ If you have multiple bank accounts then take a look a MaxQ Laser Checks.https://www.maxqtech.com/ap-laser-checks-with-positive-pay/ It offers multiple formats on blank check stock.
They have a legacy ERP (Sage 100) connected to their store. Each variant, as in Acumatica, is a separate inventory item. We are upgrading them to Acumatica but they don’t want to have to convert their existing SKU’s to Matrix because it would require changing the ID of the inventory item in Acumatica and the SKU in shopify because the default variant does not have suffix. For example, SKU 100 is Granules and 100B is tablets. They are using a space as the variant so they would have to rename 100 to 100G. It’s complicated😀
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