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How Inbound Item Entry No_ & Outbound Item Entry No_ works in Item Application Entry table
Inbound Item Entry No: Specifies the entry number of the item ledger entry that corresponds to the inventory increase or positive quantity in inventory for this item application entry.
Outbound Item Entry No: Specifies the entry number of the item ledger entry that corresponds to the inventory decrease for this item application entry.
In one record both Inbound & outbound Item Entry No have values.
If you notice the records where the quantity is positive, the outbound item entry no. will be zero. The outbound entry no. appears on records where quantity is negative.
Also notice the item ledger entry no. on each record. It will match either the inbound entry no. or the outbound entry no. which will tell you whether the record is an inbound or an outbound.
Finally, on negative quantity records, if there was an inbound entry no. assigned this represents a direct or manual cost application and not an average cost application.
The "cost application" flag on this table will be checked if the outbound entry was manually applied to an inbound entry.
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