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DCheer
Valued Partner
5 months ago

Correction Quantity on PO Lines

I must relucantly admit that despite supporting Exo for more years than I care to count, there is a feature/function that I have no idea about. 

 

To date I have successfully side-stepped answering questions about the CORRECTION_QUANT on PO lines, but now have a query from a client that I cannot dodge.

 

Is someone able to tell me:

 

- what is the purpose of the CORRECTION_QUANT value?

- how does one manage the CORRECTION_QUANT value?  I know that I see it set to a non-zero value sometimes, but cannot advise clients how they managed to set it.

 

  • Hi DCheer ..


    It's used to sum orders to 0 outstnading for supply (both sales order snad purchase orders).


    The usual way yous ee it set is if you force an order to fully processed, the full processing mark shaves any remainign value into correction. (So the order is closed on paper).

    At least, that's my memory.  Been a few years.  I remember we had a few triggers floating around for makings ure correctionquant got reduced to 0 when we copied orders at various customers.

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  • Will_H's avatar
    Will_H
    MYOB Moderator

    Hi DCheer ..


    It's used to sum orders to 0 outstnading for supply (both sales order snad purchase orders).


    The usual way yous ee it set is if you force an order to fully processed, the full processing mark shaves any remainign value into correction. (So the order is closed on paper).

    At least, that's my memory.  Been a few years.  I remember we had a few triggers floating around for makings ure correctionquant got reduced to 0 when we copied orders at various customers.