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    Virginia Baez-Ponce
    Is there a limitation on the number of invoices and POs that...Answered
    Topic posted May 16, 2017 by Virginia Baez-PonceBronze Medal: 1,250+ Points, last edited January 30, 2019, tagged Financials, General Ledger, Payables, Subledger Accounting 
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    Title:
    Is there a limitation on the number of invoices and POs that can be processed against an invoice
    Summary:
    We had previously processed an invoice against 50 POs which resulted in 800+ lines. Invoice validated, posted and paid. We would like to know if this cause the system to crash
    Content:

    We had previously processed an invoice against 50 POs which resulted in 800+ lines. Invoice validated, posted and paid with no issues. When going back to invoice, invoice takes a very long time to load and display information.

    We have a second invoice that will have to follow a similar treatment. I would like to know if these massive invoices will crash the system.

    Thanks!

    Best Comment

    Becky Alvarez

    It has been my experience that these large invoices will not crash the system but understandably it is a very large record and it will take some time to render.  We have customers doing this regularly.  I will caution you if you are using imaging as you will need to work with support to process invoices greater than 5mb as these invoices can cause an issue with OCR in imaging.  Any other means of invoice entry, should be just fine.

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    • Becky Alvarez

      It has been my experience that these large invoices will not crash the system but understandably it is a very large record and it will take some time to render.  We have customers doing this regularly.  I will caution you if you are using imaging as you will need to work with support to process invoices greater than 5mb as these invoices can cause an issue with OCR in imaging.  Any other means of invoice entry, should be just fine.

    • Virginia Baez-Ponce

      Thank you Becky!