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I have a question regarding the use of batch numbers. Our purchase department makes purchase orders and gives them the required number of lines. The purchase orders then have their confirmations made. After the confirmations the picking list is made. Here we use an ASCII file to input the articles and serial numbers. At this point the batch number is also entered.
It's possible not all lines in the purchase order are processed at the same time. Some might be processed at a later time. When someone then tries to use the same batch number to process the next line AX will not allow this. Is this something that is normal? Or should this be allowed/possible within AX?
Currently our purchase employees create alternate batch numbers (like TR2015001 followed by TR2015.001, TR2015:001) as a workaround for this issue but I'm assuming this is normally not the way to go when it comes to AX.
Thanks for any and all info
nvm, after further inspection it turns out my dear purchase colleague was trying to post several different picking lists with the same number which of course does not work in AX...
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