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Hi I hope you're all well.
I want to know if there's any way you can change the task no on entries into job planning lines. Does anyone have any insight into this? I'll explain what it is I'd like to do below, may not really be possible as simple as i hoped it would be.
The situation I'm trying to model is as follows, we buy many items for building bigger items, these get applied to a number of planning lines that vary from job to job. Sometimes after the job has finished it transpires that not all items that were bought were used in the final build. To provide effective costing we want to still know that we bought the items as part of the job but they didn't get used, so if that job happened again we'd be left with a clean list of what we did use and what we bought and didn't use. Hope that makes sense.
Similarly, If i purchased 10 items in a single purchase line, is it possible to split these after the fact, eg. keep 8 assigned to the original task_no and move 2 to the 'bought not used' task.
I'm not sure this is possible, it's been suggested internally here that a journal or maybe a credit note being raised FOC to reverse the original entries would be able to effect the change but that seems like a messy way to effect this.
Thanks and stay well.
in general for building bigger items out from purchased items assambly orders could also be used.
according job issue: the job module has it's limitations. what you need can be done by developing a customization. a workaround could be exporting the job planning lines to excel, change the quantities to the used quantities, import the excel to the new job.
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