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How to reverse a "Purchase receiving" transaction?

How to reverse a "Purchase receiving" transaction?

How to reverse a "Purchase receiving" transaction?

I am using Macola ES 9.5.200.

Sometimes we receive items in the system by error. I would like to know how can we reverse the receiving transaction ( once it has already been received)?

As an example, supposed we have an item with a quantity of 6 in a PO. In the Purchase Receiving screen from PO&RFQ tab, we entered 6 in the Receipt Quantity field and we click Save. But in reality, we received only 4 out of the 6. We should have been entered 4 in the Receipt Quantity field instead of 6. Can we cancel this receiving transaction? Can we change the quantity receipt? What are the options here?

Thank you

RE: How to reverse a "Purchase receiving" transaction?

I believe you can just do a negative receipt on that PO through the Purchase Receiving function. That should reduce your quantity on hand and increase your quantity on order.

RE: How to reverse a "Purchase receiving" transaction?

I tried but Macola does not allow us to re-enter the PO because the quantity receipt was completed for the line number.

What else can I try?

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