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This week, in the Dynamics GP blog roundup:
Dynamics GP Support and Services Blog, Angela Eckman
Ebensteiner wrote about the "on order" amount on the item
inquiry-item quantity maintenance window.
She decided to discuss this in a blog post because she's
received a few calls from customers stating that the on order
amount doesn't tie to the purchase order processing item inquiry
window (zooming on the on order amount field).
In her blog post, Eckman Ebensteiner talked about how the on
order field works and what happens if you're using purchase order
processing. She also explained what to do when things don't work
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