I had a client once that had a stocking u/m of 12 (a dozen) and sold some
of their items in a 5 pack. BPCS did NOT like this. They couldn't
understand why after entering an order, and calling it back up again, the
qty ordered was always wrong.

It might be a U/M issue that you are having.



Thanx,

Nick



Nick Radich
Sr. Programmer/Analyst
EPC Molding, Inc.
Direct (320) 679-6683
Toll free (800) 388-2155 ext. 6683
Fax (320) 679-4516
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<snip>
Don,

Obviously, you are going to need a concrete example of the problem, but
this might be an example of unit of a measure conversion problem. Might
very well be that they are issuing a different UM than stocked and the UM
conversion factor specified is incorrect.

Bill
<snip>


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