There is a parameter that describes a PO Receipt Completion Threshold (might be 
a slightly different description). It is defined somewhere in the PO System 
Parameters. It defines a percentage of quantity received where the system will 
assume the PO is complete. Set it to 100%.

My comments apply to versions through BPCS 4.1, I am not sure about later 
versions.

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From:   DLTOWNSE@am.pnu.com
Sent:   Tuesday, October 14, 1997 9:45 AM
To:     Mark McGary; bpcs-l@midrange.com; Mark McGary (mark_mcgary@desp.com)
Cc:     ckkalil@am.pnu.com; maallen@am.pnu.com
Subject:        PO Receipts

     We have encountered a situation that when we receive against PO's and
     enter a lesser quantity than was originally ordered, the system
     changes the actual quantity to be what was received.  This is
     erroneous, as it is just a first receipt and a second is expected.
     Because it considers the line to be received completely now, no
     further receipts are allowed.  Perhaps it is something simple we are 
     missing, but if anyone can help, it would be greatly appreciated.
     Thanks,
     
     Donna Townsend
     Pharmacia & Upjohn


Mark McGary
D&E Support Professionals, Inc.
http://www.desp.com
(714) 852-2496
Mark_McGary@desp.com


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