We are having a problem with the PM creation of a purchase order.
Our company requires all requisitions which are being turned into a PO
MUST be a separate release. We use job numbers which are kept in a user
field within the item release record.

When 2 or more requisitions have the same Item number and Due to Stock
date and you create a blanket per requisitions, it combines the
quantities and makes it one release- we then lose the individuality of
the job numbers which can be different for each release due to stock on
the same day.

We would like to know if there is a way to change a program ,option or
client setting so that this doesn't happen. This is a really big problem
for us to go forward with our PM implementation so any help would really
be appreciated.

Mary Kennedy
Wayne Baldwin

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