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Hi I would like to find out.
I tried to attached documents to Post Purchase Order, then when I tried to delete Line
1. I realize that I can't do it. How come I cannot delete even though I am a Super User in Posted Purchase Invoice in Navision 2018?
2. May I ask is there any restrictions to how many documents we can attached or linked from?
Please help advise. Thank you!
From posted documents you cannot delete the incoming document/attachments.
No there is no restriction for no of documents attached. You attach even after document is posted.
Hi, Mr. Bilal Haider is right, you cannot delete the incoming document for the posted document directly.
But you can remove reference to record first, then delete it.
For more details: https://navhelp100.fenwickcloud.com.au/main.aspx?lang=en&content=tskRemoveIncomingDocumentRecordsFromPostedDocuments.htm
Thanks Yun Zhu, I managed to remove it. But just out of curiosity whether you know why is there a delete field as seen in my screenshot in the first post, since I can't delete at Post Purchase Invoice?
That needs to be followed when the path was from Incoming document, even deleting posted entries you need to print it first so that the no printed changes from 0 to 1 and then you can delete.
Incoming Documents, pre-posted, follow what YUN noted tp delete in incoming document. Your question about a Posted Purchase Invoice, YOU SHOULD NEVER delete a Posted Document ever. I am an Accountant, Consultant and Solution Architect and for internal control and compliance posted entries should be reverse using Correct, if Sales documents, or just credit a Credit Memo and reverse the Purchase Invoice. Posted Documents will NOT let you delete them only you can correct them.
Noted. Just that there is a delete line grey out which seems to suggest that it can be deleted. Hence my question.
You will find many drop down list where functions are grayed out in NAV and BC.
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