Monday, May 23, 2005

HOW TO CREATE A SALES ORDER AND PURCHASE ORDER LINK PART I


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In order to create a Purchase Order link from the Sales Order the item should be on Back Order in the Sales Transaction Entry window.










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Click on the Purchase button then the Purchase Orders Preview window will open. In the PO Preview window you can see the mark which means these are required fields to create the Purchase Order link. To fill the required fields you have to open the PO tab and assign a Vendor ID then the Item tab to assign the Vendor Item field.






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Once you assign the Vendor ID and Vendor Item mark all the boxes then choose Generate to create the Purchase Order.











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The Purchase Order Generation Register will print and will show the Purchase Order created and the Sales Document Number.










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A paperclip in the Sales Order line item will indicate that the item is linked to a Purchase Order. To check the link click the right beside the Quantity Ordered field and this will open the PO Commitment for Sales Document window which shows the PO Number.








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Originally uploaded by pichapie.
If you open the Purchase Order created from the Sales Order you could also see a paperclip indicating that it is committed to a Sales Order. The Allow Sales Documents Commitments will be mark automatically to indicate that there is a link. You can open the Sales Commitment for Purchase Order window by choosing the right beside Quantity Ordered.

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