In my opinion the stocking and selling unit don't have to be the same, so thats why there are two fields ILQTY and ILQINS. ILNET is the net price of 1 unit in stocking unit of measure while ILNETS is the billing price of 1 unit in selling unit of measure. ILREV is the total invoiceline revenue (ILQTY*ILNET or ILQINS*ILNETS)
Hope this helps you out,
From: Charlie Massoglia
Sent: 3-4-01 0:25
Subject: ILQTY vs ILQINS vs ILREV In SIL
What is the difference between ILQTY and ILQINS in SIL? Also what is
the difference between ILNET and ILNETS in SIL? My understanding is
ILQTY and ILNET are stocking unit of measure and price while ILNET and
ILNETS are selling unit of measure and price. Why would these fields be
different if the stocking and selling unit of measure are the same? And
why would ILNETS be zero? Also, where does the field ILREV fit into the
Thanks in advance.
Charles L.Massoglia, President
Massoglia Technical Consulting, Inc.
In MI 517-676-9700 or in NC 919-363-9395
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