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In my item card, Item A has 1.05 pcs.
When I do recalculate of Phy Intentory Journal and calculate inventory date as of 31st Dec.
The amount in the journal turns out to be 0.05 pcs..
Any idea how this is being calculated?
May I ask what is the difference between Qty (Calculated) and Qty (Phs Inventory)?
Are you using the correct date when you calculate inventory?
You are using 31.12.2020 maybe you should use 31.12.2021?
If you had a transaction of 1 pcs. in 2021 you would get this result.
2 things here...
1. Your Posting Date is = 12/31/2020. Please change this to 12/31/2021
2. Qty. (Calculated) = This is the Quantity calculated by NAV for the Physical Inventory Journal created thru the Posting Date
Qty. (Phys. Inventory) = This is the Quantity you will enter that is actually counted for the Item. Note that it defaults the NAV calculated value to reduce data entry
Hope this heps.
Hi, just add a piece of information that needs attention, please check whether a filter is added in "Limit totals to"? If so, you can try it again after removing them.
Hope this will help.
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