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How is this inventory transaction was split on the same purchase order? both inventory transaction have the same purchase order number but in the purchase order line there is only one item inside and that is item that has 417 quantity. Where did the other item that has 0.00 quantity and 0.01 Cost amount go? I can't find that item.
Can someone help me solve this problem? I would really appreciate it.
The first line looks like a line related to a rounding issue.
What the transaction / posting type of the line with the 0.01 amount?
It's a Purchase order / Purchase expenditure, un-invoiced.
It should have only one product receipt, I don't know why the inventory transaction is split into two lines.
Hi Dan 213,
It looks like a rounding issue.
You purchased 417 pcs and the cost price that I see is 1658.50, which gives a price/pcs of 3.97722.
That seems to be the underlying issue for the additional line with the 0.01 rounding
So that remaining 0.01 came from the price of 3.97722 per pcs?
Can we avoid that from happening again?
There is nothing that you can configure directly to avoid that from happening again.
A good 'workaround' is setting up prices that do not result in rounding differences. That is, try to avoid prices that end with .33 / .67 or something alike that regularly cause rounding issues.
Thanks for your help though, I really appreciate it.
If there is nothing else left open / unanswered then lets please confirm the answers to get this thread completed.
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