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Pull Qty Available with ODBC

Pull Qty Available with ODBC

Pull Qty Available with ODBC

I am interested in getting the "Qty Available" amount for products based on item number. I have heard that this is not a field in a table but rather it is an equation from numerous fields that are in the tables. Any suggestions on how to get to this number? Or even what fields in what tables are used to get to that number...for ex: where to pull qty backordered, qty on SO, etc... Thanks in advance.

RE: Pull Qty Available with ODBC

You can get that information from the table IM2_InventoryItemWhseDetl   ... what you want is the QtyOnHand minus the QtyOnSalesOrder


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RE: Pull Qty Available with ODBC

You are correct in that this is a calculation. In the setup options it ask you how you want to calculate this figure.

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