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This article describes the tools that are available for Sales Order Processing and for Purchase Order Processing in Professional Services Tools Library for Microsoft Dynamics GP. Please note that some tools are free and some must be purchased.
This tool lets you add a non-inventoried line item with a negative price to reduce the total amount of the invoice. This line cannot be taxable, but commissions will also be reduced based on this line item.
This tool is for companies that use lot number processing. This tool is useful when lot numbers are sold before they are entered into the system through Purchase Order Processing or through Bill of Materials. This tool creates a temporary lot number receipt during the Sales Order Transaction entry process that enables the system to manage the lot number quantity accurately. The temporary receipt is removed after it receives the lot number through Purchase Order Processing, through Bill of Materials, or through Inventory. Then, the actual lot receipt is updated to reflect that a part of the inventory has already been sold.
This tool is for companies that use kit items. This tool is useful to create a large order but transfer only some kit line items to an invoice at a time. This tool lets companies transfer kit items from an order to an invoice only. This tool does not handle back orders. When kit items are moved from an order to an invoice, this tool treats kit items the same as standard items, maintaining the Quantity Previously Invoiced value from both the overall line items and the component line items.
This tool changes the order of purchase order line items that are generated by the Sales Order Processing. The order is changed to the Purchasing Ordering Processing transfer process. The order is reverted to the original order that was used on the sales order documents. The preview report lists the items alphabetically. However, the line items in the purchase order document maintain their correct sequence. This is important for companies that have to match purchase order printouts to packing lists or to picking tickets in Sales Order Processing.
This tool lets you use the Standard Cost value or the Current Cost value in the Purchase Order Processing Entry window. By default, the vendor-specific Last Invoice Cost value is used in the Purchase Order Processing Entry window.
This tool examines the Customer PO Number field for duplicate numbers as data is entered into the field in the Sales Transaction Entry window and in the SOP Customer Detail Entry window.
Quantity Shipped - (Previous Quantity Invoiced + Quantity Returned)
This tool does not let you invoice more than this amount.
This tool enables a receipt tolerance percentage for quantities. A setup window lets the user enter a tolerance percentage that is used when a purchase order is received. The highest quantity that can be received is the original quantity ordered plus the percentage amount. For example, assume that a purchase order is entered for a quantity of 10. Then, a tolerance percentage of 20 percent is entered. The highest quantity that can be received is 12.
This tool allows for drop ship sales orders to be transferred to an invoice before you invoice the purchase order.
This tool changes the site that is used for line items. Instead of using the site from the Default Site field in the Sales Transaction Entry window, the value in the Default Site ID field in the Item Quantities Maintenance window is used. If the Default Site ID field in the Item Quantities Maintenance window is empty, the first site that is assigned to the item is used.
This tool populates the sales order returns account when a return is created in the Sales Transaction Entry window by selecting the Create Return option. As the SALES distribution type is created for the return, this tool uses the account that is displayed in the Sales Order Returns field in the Customer Account Maintenance window
ID d'article : 859923 - Dernière mise à jour : 20 mars 2017 - Révision : 1