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Hello,I sold 50 items via Sales Order.Now I am creating Return order with the respective Sales Order but the system is allowing me to take more then 50 items.and also is allowing me to create so many return order with that sales order.How can i restrict it? it is standard?Thanks in Advance.
That's standard. There are no restrictions when you create a return order. Even if you use the functionality to copy and applies it against the posted invoice. It's just like creating a sales order.
So without development you cannot do it. But if that's what you need, then it could easily be done subscribing to the OnAfterVerifyEvent for Quantity.
Yes, this is standard behavior and the idea behind that is that a customer in practice can return you more items, e.g. from previous purchases as well, in one return order.
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