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How to enter a fraction in the qty field of an item receipt or purchase order?

Xeroidian
Xeroidian Member, forum_userscommunity_users Posts: 2 Blue Ribbon

Greetings,

I see in the documentation that the quantity field is a double and not an integer thus it hints hopefully at an answer.

How can I put a fraction in the quantity field of a purchase order item?

This is for purchase orders that are services and the need to is to partial receiving as the work progresses. The only workaround is to swap money and qty so, say, 10000 Widget Designing time at 1 dollar per item.

Is there a way to enter fractions in receipts?

 

Thank you kindly,

Best Answer

  • Joy Noreen Magoling-Oracle
    Joy Noreen Magoling-Oracle Member, forum_netsuite_mod, ORACLE_EMPLOYEE Posts: 479 Bronze Trophy

    Hello @Xeroidian,

    In the Standard NetSuite Account, we can actually input decimal values. I created sample Purchase Order with 1 Quantity and an Item Receipt from this PO. Assuming that 1/4 of the job is done, I then, entered .25 as the quantity.

    GL Impact shows an amount of $2.00 (.25 of the Rate 8.00).

    The same is true with Purchase Orders, we can input a decimal value in the Quantity field.

    Let us know if this is what you are looking for or if further assistance is needed. 😊


    Regards,

    Joy

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  • Emilia Ironov-Oracle
    Emilia Ironov-Oracle Member, forum_netsuite_mod, ORACLE_EMPLOYEE Posts: 703 Gold Trophy

    Hi Antoine,


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  • Joy Noreen Magoling-Oracle
    Joy Noreen Magoling-Oracle Member, forum_netsuite_mod, ORACLE_EMPLOYEE Posts: 479 Bronze Trophy

    Hello @Xeroidian,

    In the Standard NetSuite Account, we can actually input decimal values. I created sample Purchase Order with 1 Quantity and an Item Receipt from this PO. Assuming that 1/4 of the job is done, I then, entered .25 as the quantity.

    GL Impact shows an amount of $2.00 (.25 of the Rate 8.00).

    The same is true with Purchase Orders, we can input a decimal value in the Quantity field.

    Let us know if this is what you are looking for or if further assistance is needed. 😊


    Regards,

    Joy

    =================

    If you find the reply to your question helpful, others with the same question might find it helpful as well. By marking “Yes” on the “Did this answer your question”, you’ll be able to aid the community to find the solution much easier and faster without the need to read through all the replies.

  • Xeroidian
    Xeroidian Member, forum_userscommunity_users Posts: 2 Blue Ribbon

    Thank you Joy!