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Hello All. 

I am trying to import new purchase lines into an existing purchase order with the configuration package.

I am using the excel spreadsheet to import my file. 

I am getting an error that the item i am trying to import cannot be found. 
(The field No. of table Purchase Line contains a value (Item) that cannot be found in the related table (Standard Text).)

Is there another method or field i can use so Nav can recognise that what i am importing is a new line and will also create the Line No for the Purchase line. 

Thanks. 

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    Bilal Haider Profile Picture
    Bilal Haider 2 Super User on at
    RE: Import Purchase Order Line - Configuration package

    Hi,

    Replying about your second query that can Line No automatically created every time you import purchase line. If document is not created using Page then you need to specify Line No. Otherwise it will not create the next line.

    Regards,

    bilal

  • Bodhi Profile Picture
    Bodhi 554 on at
    RE: Import Purchase Order Line - Configuration package

    Document Type and No. and Vendor No. when import Purchase Header

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    Bodhi 554 on at
    RE: Import Purchase Order Line - Configuration package

    We must give value to line No. when import

  • Vinh le Profile Picture
    Vinh le 10 on at
    RE: Import Purchase Order Line - Configuration package

    Hello Josh.

    Would there be a way for a Line No. to be automatically created every time I upload a new purchase line?

    That seems to be the last piece of the puzzle.

    Thanks

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    Vinh le Profile Picture
    Vinh le 10 on at
    RE: Import Purchase Order Line - Configuration package

    Yes this worked perfectly, Thanks for your help.

    Would you also have the fields required to create a New Purchase order?

    I understand this would be under a new table header.

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    JAngle Profile Picture
    JAngle 33,131 on at
    RE: Import Purchase Order Line - Configuration package

    Yes I am using a BC screenshot but the idea is identical to NAV 2016. You can alter the related table:

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    In your case you need to review the columns used in your Excel file as it seems you have "No." and "Type" values mixed around. If you get the order correct you might not even need to change the related table.

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