• Subject: RE: Suppressing kits items on invoices
  • From: "Peralta, David" <PeraltD2@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 5 Oct 1999 22:24:46 +0100

Angus,

Thanks for this.  We use kits where several product codes relate to a single
physical item. I'm trying to avoid keeping several system stock balances for
a single physical stock item.  

David
> ----------
> From:         Windows/Angus/Angus on behalf of Unwins Seeds
> Ltd[SMTP:aappleby@unwins-seeds.co.uk]
> Reply To:     JBAUSERS-L@midrange.com
> Sent:         04 October 1999 11:22
> To:   'JBAUSERS-L@midrange.com'
> Subject:      RE: Suppressing kits items on invoices
> 
> David,
> 
> We have had some major surgery carried out on our invoice print routines,
> which we specced and had coded for us by a third party company. Can I ask
> you how you are using kits? We would like to make use of them but I
> believe you can only ship the whole kit when all of its components are in
> stock - is this correct?
> 
> Angus
> 
>       -----Original Message-----
>       From:   Peralta, David [SMTP:PeraltD2@bp.com]
>       Sent:   Monday, October 04, 1999 10:14 AM
>       To:     'JBAUSERS-L@midrange.com'
>       Subject:        Suppressing kits items on invoices
> 
>       Hi,
> 
>       Has anyone managed to suppress the kit components from appearing on
> an
>       invoice?  I am trying to set kits up so only the kit item (and not
> all the
>       components) appear on the invoice.
> 
>       Thanks,
> 
>       David
>       Tel: 0117 988 7122
>       Fax: 0117 923 5062
> 
>       > ----------
>       > From:         Dan Bale[SMTP:dbale@genfast.com]
>       > Reply To:     JBAUSERS-L@midrange.com
>       > Sent:         29 September 1999 16:57
>       > To:   JBAUSERS-L@midrange.com
>       > 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
>       > P.O.
>       > number.
>       > 
>       > TIA,
>       > Dan Bale
>       > 
>       > 
>       > 
>       > 
>       > 
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