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PO Error

PO Error

Sage 300 2014 (62A)
We have an old un-receipted PO that we need to close, either by changing its Quantity Outstanding to 0 or doing a 0 receipt and still marking it as completed. The line is for a non-stock item which may have been a stock item when the PO was created.
When we try closing the line, it keeps giving the error "Invalid input. You cannot have an inventory of non-stock items."
We tried everything: changing the non-stock clearing GL, changing the item back to stock, changing the Quantity Ordered to 0 (instead of Qty Outstanding), etc. to no avail.
Has anyone encountered this before? I guess worst case we could just delete the line from the PO, but thought we should check here first.

RE: PO Error

Too late, you must have changed the item in IC after you started the PO. You can attempt to delete the line, but it may not let you. My vote is you fix POPORL and POPORH1 with a database editor, and never post the order again.

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