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I have an item that is set for SN specific tracking, NAV let create an output and sale for a SN that was previously outputted and sold. Is that normal behavior or is there a setting that needs changed so this doesn't happen?
Aside from the "Item Tracking Code", do you have "Serial No." associated to number series?
If not, pick the appropriate number series and make sure the "Manual No." in open.
I just had this happen again.. I confirmed that No Series - Manual Nos. is set to NO
And Item Tracking Code on the item card is set to SN specific tracking.
NAV allowed to output the same serial number twice again...
It is a normal behavior. Imagine if you put serial number and you make a mistake such as pricing, etc. You will need to do reversal and correction entries with the same serial number.
yes for correction, it should allow.
I was referring to output as on production order, since manual numbers are disabled, doesn't NAV assign next available serial number as the No. Series is designed?
Because you can also do correction for output as well.
If I'm not mistaken the no. series for serial number is only to give you the next new numbers. You can still overwrite it, even if the number series is not manual. It is a different case with number series for document.
ok, thank you very much for explaining!!!
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