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I have a problem, our condition is a little different.
1. We run WMS now.
2. We need to delete a partial/residual PO because, when we run MRP, we don't want MRP still count this PO outstanding quantity.
3. The hard copy invoice will be come late (sometime the vendor will mail the invoice after 2 month).
4. Unfortunately, i cannot delete the PO without it asking me to invoice it.
Is there an option to delete without customization or going into the table.
Please do you have any idea ?
Mrp looks at qty that is outstanding. So if it is received, then there is nothing outstanding. Any lines that you are not receiving, you can change the qty to zero. Mrp doesn't care if you invoice it or not.
The case here is, we have a purchase line that has been partially received with remaining qty, we will not be receiving the remaining nor invoicing it. The quantity on the purchase line was updated to match the quantity received, hoping we could delete it, but this didn't help.
Any resolve will help
as Ahmed said, received purchase orders are not included in the MRP. So if you have matched 'Quantity' to the 'Qty. Received' on the particular line, the MRP mechanism in standard NAV will not consider it as a 'planned supply'. There is no need to delete the purchase order itself.
Thank you, ill pass this across to the team.
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