I am on 405 CD, have not had that exact problem occur, but have had multiple problems with negatives, and math not coming out with logical expectations.

There are many places in BPCS where a person can enter a negative # on purpose, or by accident, which can drive unexpected other places negative.

You might check your company's policies for how you proceed when trying to ship something which has not yet been reported as having been made (transaction float).

You might check the ITH "B" transaction which is generated by the actual shipping.
That should be a negative 34000 because it is a deduction from inventory.

You might check the ECL customer order item line detail.
There are fields for quantity originally ordered, picked for shipping, shipped, invoiced.

You might check the work files and job step tracking associated with the shipping and billing, to see if anyone had a crash that was not properly resolved.

Al Mac
In the midst of changing my e-mail address

Hi ,

We are running bpcsv6.

we got a case where we are getting the negative
invoice quantity and so the negative invoice amount.
But the inventory is fine with positive quantity, only
during the invoice print in BBH file it is becooming
negative quqantity.It is partial shipment which is
already shipped 46000 out of total 80000. The remaning
34000 while printing has become -12000 instead of

Is it possible due to any error it will happen in
the pick release or confirmation data error it will be

If anybody experienced the similar error please let
me know.


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