EQTY55 is the quantity for uom entered.  And then order quatity is your base
issue uom.
Eg.   We sell in YARDS & METERS, with meters our issue uom.
If  we enter 10 YDS, 10 shows in EQTY and 9.144 shows in order qty field.



----- Original Message -----
From: "Lemon, Mike" <MLemon@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "'System 21 Users'" <system21@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2005 10:10 AM
Subject: [SYSTEM21] Advanced Order Entry Question

> I'm wondering if anyone can lend some insight into the purpose of the
> EQTY55 ("Entered Quantity") in the sales order detail file OEP55.
> It seems that it can contain something different than the actual quantity
> ordered.
> 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
> 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
> In addition, the OEP55A file show that the quantity ordered has ALWAYS
> 1 (and that the quantity entered has always been 58).  The order was NEVER
> amended.
> Thanks in advance,
> -Mike
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