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PO Receiving mistake - Serial/Lotted

PO Receiving mistake - Serial/Lotted

PO Receiving mistake - Serial/Lotted

(OP)
Hello,

I have an interesting issue - we are lotted and someone received against a PO, but accidentally put the dollars amount at zero. Tried to enter a negative transaction for the amount, but am receiving a message that the quantity has not been fully distributed. How can I get out of this? Traditionally I would just enter a negative amount and Bob's yer uncle?

The worst part is that quantities on the Lot number it was received on have already been used in Production.

Using Progression 7.7.8 on MS SQL.

Thanks in advance to anyone who could help me tackle this.

RE: PO Receiving mistake - Serial/Lotted

Are you using POP or SFC for production?

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RE: PO Receiving mistake - Serial/Lotted

(OP)
Hello Dgillz - no we are not.

Thx

Ivan

RE: PO Receiving mistake - Serial/Lotted

If you are using neither POP nor SFC then how are you recording production in Macola?

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RE: PO Receiving mistake - Serial/Lotted

(OP)
Apologies, lol. We are using POP.

Regards,

Ivan

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