Fixed Purchase shipping charge

Hi,

I have the feeling this is a stupid question and the answer will be embarrassingly straight forward, but I can’t find it unfortunately:

I need to add transport costs to my purchase orders and receipts, but in the Purchase Taxes and Charges Master I can’t just enter a fixed amount charge. It seems that none of the types is correct.

All I need is a Shipping cost line in my purchase orders and receipts where I can enter an amount, not a rate.

Thanks

Amin
Hi Amin,

Just select "Actual" and and add the "amount" in the "Rate" column - I know its a bad design but thats the way it is right now.

- Rushabh


W: https://erpnext.com
T: @rushabh_mehta

On 07-Jan-2013, at 3:02 PM, Amin Zayani <za...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,
I have the feeling this is a stupid question and the answer will be embarrassingly straight forward, but I can't find it unfortunately:

I need to add transport costs to my purchase orders and receipts, but in the Purchase Taxes and Charges Master I can't just enter a fixed amount charge. It seems that none of the types is correct.

All I need is a Shipping cost line in my purchase orders and receipts where I can enter an amount, not a rate.

Thanks

Amin

Works!

Thanks a lot!

On Monday, January 7, 2013 10:49:14 AM UTC+1, Rushabh Mehta wrote:
Hi Amin,

Just select “Actual” and and add the “amount” in the “Rate” column - I know its a bad design but thats the way it is right now.

- Rushabh


W: https://erpnext.com
T: @rushabh_mehta

On 07-Jan-2013, at 3:02 PM, Amin Zayani <za...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,
I have the feeling this is a stupid question and the answer will be embarrassingly straight forward, but I can't find it unfortunately:

I need to add transport costs to my purchase orders and receipts, but in the Purchase Taxes and Charges Master I can't just enter a fixed amount charge. It seems that none of the types is correct.

All I need is a Shipping cost line in my purchase orders and receipts where I can enter an amount, not a rate.

Thanks

Amin

Hi Rubash,

I Understand that.  But if your purchase items are in one currency (let's say Zar) and all your company deals in another (let's say Zmw), then the transport costs and other charges from your suppliers are also in his / her currency (Zar here).  
But in the document Purchase Receipt all the charges amount have to be in the local currency.  Isn't there a way to put into the supplier currency?
I'm saying this for the same reason as the above email.  All my transport costs and other charges are in the suppliers currency and not in my currency.  
Any way we can put them into the supplier currency, or we have to make our own exchange rate calculation?

Best regards,

François




Le lundi 7 janvier 2013 11:49:14 UTC+2, Rushabh Mehta a écrit :
Hi Amin,

Just select "Actual" and and add the "amount" in the "Rate" column - I know its a bad design but thats the way it is right now.

- Rushabh


W: https://erpnext.com
T: @rushabh_mehta

On 07-Jan-2013, at 3:02 PM, Amin Zayani <za...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,
I have the feeling this is a stupid question and the answer will be embarrassingly straight forward, but I can't find it unfortunately:

I need to add transport costs to my purchase orders and receipts, but in the Purchase Taxes and Charges Master I can't just enter a fixed amount charge. It seems that none of the types is correct.

All I need is a Shipping cost line in my purchase orders and receipts where I can enter an amount, not a rate.

Thanks

Amin



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Hi François,

We want to fix that. It will be taken up soon. For now, you will need to manually set the amount in company's currency. Sorry :(

-Anand.




On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 4:40 PM, François de Ryckel <f…@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Rubash,

I Understand that. But if your purchase items are in one currency (let's say Zar) and all your company deals in another (let's say Zmw), then the transport costs and other charges from your suppliers are also in his / her currency (Zar here).
But in the document Purchase Receipt all the charges amount have to be in the local currency. Isn't there a way to put into the supplier currency?
I'm saying this for the same reason as the above email. All my transport costs and other charges are in the suppliers currency and not in my currency.
Any way we can put them into the supplier currency, or we have to make our own exchange rate calculation?

Best regards,

François




Le lundi 7 janvier 2013 11:49:14 UTC+2, Rushabh Mehta a écrit :

Hi Amin,


Just select "Actual" and and add the "amount" in the "Rate" column - I know its a bad design but thats the way it is right now.

- Rushabh

On 07-Jan-2013, at 3:02 PM, Amin Zayani <za...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,
I have the feeling this is a stupid question and the answer will be embarrassingly straight forward, but I can't find it unfortunately:

I need to add transport costs to my purchase orders and receipts, but in the Purchase Taxes and Charges Master I can't just enter a fixed amount charge. It seems that none of the types is correct.

All I need is a Shipping cost line in my purchase orders and receipts where I can enter an amount, not a rate.

Thanks

Amin



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No need to be sorry Anand.  
I'm already so grateful for the fantastic product you guys have been developing.  I'm new to ERPnext (after Gnucash, Tryton, Salesforce) and I can't believe I've never heard about it before.  
Looking forward to that implementation. 
Have a great day!
François


On 1 Sep 2014, at 13:13, Anand Doshi <an...@erpnext.com> wrote:

Hi François,

We want to fix that. It will be taken up soon. For now, you will need to manually set the amount in company's currency. Sorry :(

-Anand.




On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 4:40 PM, François de Ryckel <f…@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Rubash,

I Understand that.  But if your purchase items are in one currency (let's say Zar) and all your company deals in another (let's say Zmw), then the transport costs and other charges from your suppliers are also in his / her currency (Zar here).  
But in the document Purchase Receipt all the charges amount have to be in the local currency.  Isn't there a way to put into the supplier currency?
I'm saying this for the same reason as the above email.  All my transport costs and other charges are in the suppliers currency and not in my currency.  
Any way we can put them into the supplier currency, or we have to make our own exchange rate calculation?

Best regards,

François




Le lundi 7 janvier 2013 11:49:14 UTC+2, Rushabh Mehta a écrit :

Hi Amin,


Just select “Actual” and and add the “amount” in the “Rate” column - I know its a bad design but thats the way it is right now.

- Rushabh

On 07-Jan-2013, at 3:02 PM, Amin Zayani <za...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,
I have the feeling this is a stupid question and the answer will be embarrassingly straight forward, but I can't find it unfortunately:

I need to add transport costs to my purchase orders and receipts, but in the Purchase Taxes and Charges Master I can't just enter a fixed amount charge. It seems that none of the types is correct.

All I need is a Shipping cost line in my purchase orders and receipts where I can enter an amount, not a rate.

Thanks

Amin




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