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    Venkatesh Periketi
    How can we stop PO getting close automatically when 100%...
    Topic posted October 22, 2019 by Venkatesh PeriketiGold Medal: 3,500+ Points, tagged How-To, Orders 
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    Title:
    How can we stop PO getting close automatically when 100% qty is received
    Content:

    Hi,

    How can we stop PO getting close automatically when 100% qty is received and allow users to close manually when physical receipt is done.

    Thanks,

    Venkatesh

    Version:
    19c

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    • Venkatesh Periketi

      I hope after setting the tolerance % to 0%, I think it will not close.

      i) Set receipt close tolerance percent to 0% so that the schedule would automatically be 'closed for receiving' and/or

      ii) Set invoice close tolerance percent to 0% so that the schedule would automatically be 'closed for invoicing

      Please confirm if this works or do we have any other better option.

      Thanks,

       

    • Ramakrishna Basa

      The application has the ability to automatically set the status to closed for schedules, lines, and entire orders based on controls that are defined by your organization. Once all schedules for a given line are closed, the line is closed. When all lines for a given header are closed, the document is closed.

      The closing controls include:

      • Receipt Close Tolerance Percent

      • Receipt Close Point

      • Invoice Close Tolerance Percent

      A schedule has a status of Closed for Receiving when it satisfies the two receipt close controls. This does not prevent further receipts but begins the steps necessary to automatically close the document. A schedule has a status of Closed for Invoicing when it satisfies the invoice close control. This status will not prevent you from matching an invoice to the purchase order or to the receipt but begins the steps needed to automatically close the document. Both of these statuses can apply to the header, line, and schedule levels.