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AndrewStephen
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Why does AR20xx have such an issue import sales with x.95 as a price

Why does AR20xx have such an issue import sales with x.95 as a price?

 

Every single day I need to edit import sales that either has a unit price (for freight) that ends in .95 as imports as 0.96

 

It's not every item and it appears to be random.

Can reimport the same sale and its correct.

 

Anyone care to explain why?  what I can do to stop it ? or MYOB plan to every resolve these issues?

 

Total waste of my time each day.

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Re: Why does AR20xx have such an issue import sales with x.95 as a price

Hi @AndrewStephen 

 

Just testing the importing of item pricing with x.95 I was able to successfully import an invoice which did have an item that ended in .95 with my first import attempt of that transaction.


If you are experiencing a different situation getting a copy of the import file that you are using just with that particular import file would be what we would require for further investigation.

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