I believe that it comes into play if you have a conversion factor set up on the 
part (ie you may stock the item in one unit of measure and ship it out as 
another unit of measure)

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From: system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Lemon, Mike
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2005 10:10 AM
To: 'System 21 Users'
Subject: [SYSTEM21] Advanced Order Entry Question

I'm wondering if anyone can lend some insight into the purpose of the field
EQTY55 ("Entered Quantity") in the sales order detail file OEP55.
It seems that it can contain something different than the actual quantity
I have a user that believes there is a bug in AOE.  She swears that she
entered a quantity of 58 (which shows in the entered quantity), but that the
quantity ordered was just one.  The invoice priced for 58 and only shipped
one though.
Sounds like user error, but the entered quantity leaves me with some doubt.
In addition, the OEP55A file show that the quantity ordered has ALWAYS been
1 (and that the quantity entered has always been 58).  The order was NEVER
Thanks in advance,
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