Thanks for your answer, Dan.

What we really need is a double-edged transaction that at pick confirm time, the inventory gets relieved and the COGS account does not get hit at that time.  Then when the shipment is invoiced, the COGS account gets the hit.  It sometimes takes days between when the order is picked confirmed and it is actually shipped.  At least this is how our Finance department would like it to work.


Best regards,

Timothy J Knoebel, Sr. iSeries/BPCS Administrator


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From: BPCS-L [mailto:bpcs-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dan Sweeney
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Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] BPCS 6.1 - Switch from Pick Confirm to Ship Confirm

Tim,

Unfortunately most barcode solutions including Infor's Warehouse Mobility utilize base BPCS/LX programs and the built in customer order life cycle steps - so the only way to satisfy your finance's request is to enhance the order life cycle step which is not a trivial task.  Older versions of BPCS prior to version 4 used to do the 'B' transaction at the time of invoicing and there was a lot of kick back from the user community to relieve inventory at the time of shipping rather than Invoicing.

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