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How to Set Preference for Purchase Order Quantity to be Integer For Case Items?

edited Oct 31, 2022 8:53AM in Accounting / ERP 2 comments


Is there a setting in Netsuite that can make sure users are ordering integer quantity unit (each) for case items?

Ex: ItemA - Purchase units: 6pcs/case - Selling Units: 1 each

Depending on how many products that I would like to order, ordered case qty I enter on PO is after I divide product qty by 6. Like this table below.

So in Netsuite purchase order, we have to allow users to enter a decimal number. However, this causes problem if our user enter incorrect case qty that will not multiply to integer product units (each).

An user was able to save a PO with the following yellow highlighted case qty which caused our Qty On Order on Item records to be a decimal number.

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