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I am currently in need of a lot of help with Microsoft AX and purchase orders!!
So I have an invoice and match a line on the PO with what it says on the invoice. When I have another invoice for that same line, I go back in and do it the same way but the line is not there anymore. It's like the PO is closed but it still says received. What the heck?! How is it possible to be able to pay multiple invoices on one PO line? There is enough money on the line to provide for those invoices.
When you match the invoice line to the packing slip that has been recorded for the line you have to ensure that the correct quantity is matched.
Example: PO line with 10 pcs. Invoice A charges 7 pcs and invoice B another 3 pcs. When you post invoice A you have to ensure that the matched quantity is reduced from the default 10 pcs to 7 pcs. Otherwise, you have nothing to match the second invoice against.
Knowing what you are doing when you !match a line on the PO" will be the key. I would imagine you are matching the entire line, not the part quantity you believe you are matching.
Have you been able to get this resolved?
Would be great if you could update us.
Many thanks and best regards,
Hi Ax Consultant,
This case seems one product receipt and two invoices.
If correct please refer the below process to complete the transaction.
Hope this is really helpful
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