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Unit Price in Purchase Orders

Posted on by 524

Hi Experts,

I have an issue with the purchase prices, Below is my purchase setup for an item. Consider I have received this item from Vendor VA01 through a purchase order with price 14.00, When I create an another purchase order for the same vendor with the same item the unit price added automatically in the line which is 14.00 - the last purchase price for this vendor. When I create purchase orders for another vendors with the same item it adds the set unit price which is 12.18690 as shown in the below screenshot  

I need to add the set purchase price on the item for all the orders without looking the old or last purchase price. How can I do that ? Is this AX standard way ?

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    Ludwig Reinhard Profile Picture
    Ludwig Reinhard Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Unit Price in Purchase Orders

    Hi AX Beginner,

    Is it possible that somebody made some changes to the setup?

    I am on your 'side' and would expect to see the price from the item master in the PO if no trade agreements are used and if the latest purchase price parameter is disabled.

    Do you have another test/demo environment that you could use to double check the system behavior.

    Maybe a customization might kick in here?!

    Best regards,

    Ludwig

  • D365  beginner Profile Picture
    D365 beginner 524 on at
    RE: Unit Price in Purchase Orders

    Hi Ludwig,

    Yes, the latest purchase price parameter is disabled. We need to enter the price manually and this price should appear in the PO lines. Is this possible to achieve ? I am aware of trade agreements but just wondering and curious to know why it is considering the last purchase price when we create PO for a vendor with whom the item have transactions already.

  • D365  beginner Profile Picture
    D365 beginner 524 on at
    RE: Unit Price in Purchase Orders

    Hi Javier,

    There is no trade agreement posted as we are not using trade agreements for purchase orders.

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    Ludwig Reinhard Profile Picture
    Ludwig Reinhard Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Unit Price in Purchase Orders

    Hi,

    Can you elaborate please?

    Your screenshot shows that the latest purchase price parameter is disabled.

    This indicates that the price of 12.1869 has manually been entered.

    What is it that you want to have changed resp. what does not work with this setup?

    Best regards,

    Ludwig

  • Javirrubio Profile Picture
    Javirrubio 965 on at
    RE: Unit Price in Purchase Orders

    Have you checked if there's any Trade Agreement between this item and Vendor VA01?

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