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Quantity rounding precision causes the quantity to invoice to be out of balance.

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I use Configuration Package of Business Central on Cloud to import Table 37 Sales Line.   There were no errors after "Import from Excel".   After "Apply Data", the error message appeared.  After trying serveral different ways, I could not proceed.   

Error shows "Quantity Rounding Precision on item XXXXX causes the Quantity to Invoice and Quantity to Invoice (Base) to be out of balance.

Could any expert help me?  

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  • Kurt Yang Profile Picture
    Kurt Yang 10 on at
    RE: Quantity rounding precision causes the quantity to invoice to be out of balance.

    Thank you very much Zhu.  You are always helpful.

  • Kurt Yang Profile Picture
    Kurt Yang 10 on at
    RE: Quantity rounding precision causes the quantity to invoice to be out of balance.

    Appreciare your prompt help.  Thank you!

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    YUN ZHU Profile Picture
    YUN ZHU 64,374 Super User on at
    RE: Quantity rounding precision causes the quantity to invoice to be out of balance.

    Hi, Inge is right. It seems that Quantity to Invoice and Quantity to Invoice (Base) are inconsistent.

    You can select the required fields in the Configuration Package, and you can set Validate Field. In this way, when Quantity to Invoice is entered, Quantity to Invoice (Base) will also be automatically entered.

    More details: https://yzhums.com/4286/

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    Hope this helps as well.

    Thanks.

    ZHU

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    Inge M. Bruvik Profile Picture
    Inge M. Bruvik 32,720 Super User on at
    RE: Quantity rounding precision causes the quantity to invoice to be out of balance.

    If you look at the raw data in your excel sheet. How is the qty column formatet?

    And do you import data into both the Quantity to invoice ad quantity to invoice (base) field?

    You should only import data into the quantity to invoice field. The quantity to invoice (base) field will be maintained by the system.

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