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How to correct imbalances between warehouse entries and item ledger entries in Microsoft Dynamics NAV
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Source: Microsoft Support
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This article describes how to correct imbalances between warehouse entries and item ledger entries in Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
When you post warehouse documents and adjustments in directed put-away and pick locations in Microsoft Dynamics NAV, the warehouse entries may be out of balance with the item ledger entries sometimes.
Usually, after you make an adjustment the warehouse bin quantities, you open the item journal and then run the Calculate Whse. Adjustment function. This function can restore the balance between the warehouse entries and the item ledger entries. However, sometimes the warehouse bin content may be out of balance with the item ledger entries, and the item journal report cannot correct the imbalance. In this situation, you must make a one-side adjustment to the warehouse entries to restore the balance.
To make a one-side adjustment to the warehouse entries to restore the balance, post a warehouse item journal line by using an adjustment. To do this, follow these steps:
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