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when I compare results of two reports (Closing and Adjustments -> Close Procedure -> Check Open Quantities and Procurement and sourcing -> Purchase orders -> Receiving products -> Product Receipts Not Invoiced) I would suggest identical results.
But at the first report (check open quantities) the result is 14 purchase orders with lines not invoiced and in the result of the second report are 61 purchase orders with received lines.
I opened the first report with todays date as "expected closing date".
What is the difference between both reports?
Thanks and regards,
The purpose of the reports are different. Open quantities for the close procedure is related to be able to correct deductions with the correct cost price for a certain close date. It could indeed have less transactions (or in some scenarios more).
The Product receipts not invoiced is a status list of all receipts; not related to inventory close procedures for allocation/recalculating the cost prices.
Check open quantities: This report will print a list of inventory transactions that will remain open after the inventory close is performed. Please refer to this link: docs.microsoft.com/.../preparing-to-run-inventory-close
Product Receipts Not Invoiced: Just list POs that havenot been invoiced but have been received. You check the report: Accounts payable
> Inquiries and reports > Invoice > Accrued purchases excluding sales tax report
About your case, the items in 14 POs have been reduce without the correct financial cost. I think it is related to the item cost model.
in this case below I would suggest that purchase order CC19-00005 with status "Received" and Sales Orders after receiving goods is on my "check open quantity" report. But it isn't. It's just on the "products receipt not invoiced" report. For my understanding the deductions of the two sales orders (CV19-09536 and CV19-09877) will be adjusted and closed after the invoice of purchase order CC19-00005 is booked and the inventory closing is done.
The item is charged to stock (item model group: AVG).
I want to understand why it's not shown in the "check open quantities" report.
For the AVG cost model, after the inventory is closed, if you invoice PO CC19-00005, the cost of SO CV19-09536 and CV19-09877 will not be adjusted.
Before the inventory is closed, if you invoice PO CC19-00005, the cost of SO CV19-09536 and CV19-09877 will be adjusted while closing inventory.
And the official document says: This report will print a list of inventory transactions that will remain open after the inventory close is performed.
You can test it in your test environment.
I closed the inventory in a test environment.
After the closing the item transaction is still open, because I did't post the invoice of PO CC19-00005 first. So this transation remained open like descibed in your link.
BUT I do not see the purchase order on the "check open quantities" report. In my opinion I should see it because I have item-transactions which stay open.
What am I missing here?
Can you check the settlement transactions to see which transactions are closed with each other?
of which closing/recalculation you want to see the settlements?
The last one I made (23.07.2019) no transactions have been settled. Because it's a test environment with few transactions and was updated with real data in April.
From the inventory transactions, there could be an opening to see all settlements in detail per inventory transaction. Then you know what exactly had been marked. Otherwise, you need to review all closings and recalculations.
The details are stored in the InventSettlement table.
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