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I am relatively new to NAV, but have many years experience in other systems (SAP, JDE, Fourth Shift). One of the features I am used to in ERP, is the ability to assign a unique Planner ID and Buyer ID at an item number level. I do not see anything in the NAV Item Card that offers this capability. I am aware of the Purchaser Code found in the Vendor Card, but that does not entirely satisfy the need (we have some items ordered by different buyers but purchased from the same vendor, so a single buyer/vendor relationship does not work). Would appreciate any guidance/hints/techniques for managing this, or if I've simply overlooked some key fields in the Item Card.
When I running Requisition Worksheet or Planning Worksheet (MRP) I create multiple Names/Batches to segment Items (i.e. - Packaging, Raw Material, etc...). When I run Calculate Plan or Calculate Regenerative Plan I add the Filter Item Category/Product Group to limit the Items being calculated and inserted. This way the Worksheet is small. I have also ran the Worksheet by Filtering by Vendor No., which is linked to Purchaser Code. It depends on how you want to see the Worksheet.
Hope these filters help you.
Appreciate the quick reply. That sounds like the path we are heading down after spending a couple of weeks digging into this. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't overlooking something obvious...thanks for your assistance!
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