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Is there a way besides adding a new line to a PO to modify the PO line quantity of a PO line that is partially invoiced?
You should be able to simply edit the existing PO line (can add, not make it less than what is already invoiced). Are you running into any issues doing this?
if the PO Line is partially invoiced D365 is not allowing editing the quantity or the price. is this a configuration that I can change? knowing that the PO is linked to a purchase agreement
This is standard behavior in ERP.
You can edit / change PO quantity in PO line only if product receipt is posted for that line which is not yet invoiced. But if product receipt is posted and that product receipt is fully or partially settled / invoiced in that PO; then ERP will not allow you to update the quantity as well as unit price too.
What you can do is; cancel the posted product receipt and then "Edit" the PO. Then you will be able to update the quantity in PO line and unit price.
But if you have already partially or fully invoiced that PO line, then better create a new line in the same PO with negative quantity (if PO is not fully invoiced); do the product receipt and invoice.
If PO is fully invoiced; then create a new return order.
Kindly check and update us.
Best regards,Sourav Dam
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I am aware of this approach but it's good to confirm that this is the only way.
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