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Please Configure Inventory Detail for item - Vendor Credit
User ran into an issue today when entering a vendor credit where she prepared the appropriate SKU’s, quantities and rates and aligned the amount, applied the to the appropriate bill, but when she went to save, it gave an error message asking to configure the inventory detail.
I know this can be an issue: Resolve Error: "Please Configure Inventory Detail for item" When Creating Vendor Bill Credit (custhelp.com)
But in this case, all the lines on the vendor credit itself were fully received, so I don’t think that applies. However, there was one line received short. Do we need to close that remaining amount out even if the line isn't on the credit?