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NSC | Inventory Adjustment Est Unit Cost is Greyed Out

edited Sep 1, 2022 6:31AM in Accounting / ERP

An inventory Adjustment can either be positive or negative.

  • Positive Adjustment - Adding inventory quantity
  • Negative Adjustment - Removing/deducting inventory quantity

If users notice that the Est Unit Cost is greyed out when entering a negative quantity in the Inventory Adjustment page, this is a normal behavior.

Remember that since a quantity is being removed from the system, it means that the inventory already has existing value in the system and it is just correct that whatever value is associated to the inventory, it should be the same value that must be removed. It is by design that the field is greyed out to prevent users from entering a different value.

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