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Transaction type must be specified when posting. Not specified in module purchase order

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Hi Team,

Need your help to understand the cause of this issue and how to resolve it. 

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    RE: Transaction type must be specified when posting. Not specified in module purchase order

    Hi Team,

    I have resolved the said issue.

    Posting type in the P.O sub-ledger journals related to GST COA's was found blank.

    Hence, I have updated the posting type in COA setup.

    And after updating the posting type in COA setup, P.O sub-ledger journal entries picked the posting type and the issue is resolved now.

    Thank you all.

    COA Posting Type Setup:

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    Ludwig Reinhard Profile Picture
    Ludwig Reinhard Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Transaction type must be specified when posting. Not specified in module purchase order

    Hi,

    Can you check the ledger accounts used for the PO posting and whether they have some posting validations setup?

    Best regards,

    Ludwig

  • guk1964 Profile Picture
    guk1964 10,877 on at
    RE: Transaction type must be specified when posting. Not specified in module purchase order

    P.S. Is this a project related PO?

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    guk1964 Profile Picture
    guk1964 10,877 on at
    RE: Transaction type must be specified when posting. Not specified in module purchase order

    Check the Vendor account is not on stop.

    Check the posting profile account is active, is in an account structure, and has not been accidentally changed or deleted

     Inventory management --> Setup -->Item groups --> Select your item required item group being purchased -
    -> purchase tab --> check the account number for "receipt".

    If need be then also check the Validate posting types (form) General ledger > Setup > Chart of accounts > Chart of accounts

    Select a chart of accounts -select the PO receipt main account. On the Main accounts FastTab, click Edit. In the Main accounts - chart of accounts: %1 form, click the Setup FastTab. In the Validate posting field, select List. Click Posting validation and check the set up for the posting type that can be used to post in the current account.

    Also see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamicsax-2012/appuser-itpro/assign-posting-definitions-to-transaction-posting-types

  • RE: Transaction type must be specified when posting. Not specified in module purchase order

    Hi , I have checked all revelant setups in AX. But Still the P.O is not posting.  Please help

  • Shekher Awasthi Profile Picture
    Shekher Awasthi 40 on at
    RE: Transaction type must be specified when posting. Not specified in module purchase order

    Did you check with configured account structures for all the main accounts from the  posting profile..??

  • RE: Transaction type must be specified when posting. Not specified in module purchase order

    Hi Andre,

    I'm trying to post the P.O invoice.

  • André Arnaud de Calavon Profile Picture
    André Arnaud de Cal... 287,914 Super User on at
    RE: Transaction type must be specified when posting. Not specified in module purchase order

    Hi MaruthuPandian,

    Can you tell what exact posting this is? Is it related to posting an invoice, receipt or commitment? Are you using miscellaneous charges?

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