• Subject: Re: GRN referencing explanation, please
  • From: "Bruce Stern" <sternb@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Oct 1999 20:20:01 -0400

Pardon me if I am stating the obvious, but the GRN number is the Goods
Received Note number.  It is system generated and the rules, in Version
3.5.2b anyway, are defined in the company profile for Purchasing if memory
serves.  It can be used as a unique reference to tie back to specific
transactions, which is what we do in interfacing our AP activities out of
JBA to our non-JBA financial systems.

I hope this helps somewhat.


-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Bale <dbale@genfast.com>
To: JBAUSERS-L@midrange.com <JBAUSERS-L@midrange.com>
Date: Wednesday, September 29, 1999 2:03 PM
Subject: GRN referencing explanation, please

>Could someone provide a definition of the GRN value?  In PMP09, it is field
>GRNO09.  In INP95, the GRN is (for those records where TRAN95='P')
referenced in
>field REFN95 in the format "GRN NO nnnnnnn" where nnnnnnn appears to be a
>sequence number unique by stockroom, item number, and purchase order.
>Or put another way, since there is no P.O. number in INP95, I need to tie a
>purchase receipt transaction in INP95 back to PMP09 in order to get the
>Dan Bale

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