Two PO's needed

Hi, 

A few days back i entered a PO. One of the items i have created is “anders” , meaning "Other"in Dutch. I have used this item, which is not tracked in the inventory, to enter a small unimportant items, or lump a number of small items, that i do not want to enter individually.
This always worked fine.
But now i got a warning that i can not mix items that are inventorized and non-inventorized items.
This introduces a headache.
Rgds Robert



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Hello Robert,

This validation was introduced with Auto Inventory Accounting feature. When make Purchase Receipt, Stock in Hand ledger is to be mentioned for items. Since "Anders" is not an stock item, making Purchase Receipt is not needed for it. And when make Purchase Invoice, system does ledger posting against Stock Received but not Billed account. Again, this entry is need not non-stock item. Hence, for non-stock item, separate Purchase Invoice is made which is directly booked as an expense.



On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 5:34 AM, robert <be...@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,
A few days back i entered a PO. One of the items i have created is "anders" , meaning "Other"in Dutch. I have used this item, which is not tracked in the inventory, to enter a small unimportant items, or lump a number of small items, that i do not want to enter individually.
This always worked fine.
But now i got a warning that i can not mix items that are inventorized and non-inventorized items.
This introduces a headache.
Rgds Robert



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Thanks and Regards,

Umair Sayyed
www.erpnext.com

There may be a “coders” logic, but I do not see the user logic. If an item is marked as “not an inventory item” than  the data shoudd just not be recorded in  inventory and valuation processes.

As said , for me this a headache, because we often buy from a supplier for reselling and than we also order a bunch of things for own use< there is no need to keep track of this so i just lump them in the PO>GRN>BILL as item “Other”. Just create a special PO>GRN>Bill would be a headache because then one invoice i receive from supplier is recorded as two ERPNEXT invoices.

On Sunday, June 9, 2013 2:04:10 AM UTC+2, robert wrote:
Hi, 
A few days back i entered a PO. One of the items i have created is “anders” , meaning "Other"in Dutch. I have used this item, which is not tracked in the inventory, to enter a small unimportant items, or lump a number of small items, that i do not want to enter individually.
This always worked fine.
But now i got a warning that i can not mix items that are inventorized and non-inventorized items.
This introduces a headache.
Rgds Robert



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Robert,

Thanks for bringing this up. Will checkup on the "coder's logic" here :)

best,
Rushabh




On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 1:26 AM, robert <be...@gmail.com> wrote:
There may be a "coders" logic, but I do not see the user logic. If an item is marked as "not an inventory item" than the data shoudd just not be recorded in inventory and valuation processes.
As said , for me this a headache, because we often buy from a supplier for reselling and than we also order a bunch of things for own use< there is no need to keep track of this so i just lump them in the PO>GRN>BILL as item "Other". Just create a special PO>GRN>Bill would be a headache because then one invoice i receive from supplier is recorded as two ERPNEXT invoices.


On Sunday, June 9, 2013 2:04:10 AM UTC+2, robert wrote:
Hi,
A few days back i entered a PO. One of the items i have created is "anders" , meaning "Other"in Dutch. I have used this item, which is not tracked in the inventory, to enter a small unimportant items, or lump a number of small items, that i do not want to enter individually.
This always worked fine.
But now i got a warning that i can not mix items that are inventorized and non-inventorized items.
This introduces a headache.
Rgds Robert



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We have removed that validation from purchase cycle. Now you will be able to select stock and non-stock items in the same document.

On 13-Jun-2013, at 8:25 AM, Rushabh Mehta wrote:

Robert,

Thanks for bringing this up. Will checkup on the "coder's logic" here :)

best,
Rushabh




On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 1:26 AM, robert <be...@gmail.com> wrote:
There may be a "coders" logic, but I do not see the user logic. If an item is marked as "not an inventory item" than  the data shoudd just not be recorded in  inventory and valuation processes.
As said , for me this a headache, because we often buy from a supplier for reselling and than we also order a bunch of things for own use< there is no need to keep track of this so i just lump them in the PO>GRN>BILL as item "Other". Just create a special PO>GRN>Bill would be a headache because then one invoice i receive from supplier is recorded as two ERPNEXT invoices.


On Sunday, June 9, 2013 2:04:10 AM UTC+2, robert wrote:
Hi, 
A few days back i entered a PO. One of the items i have created is "anders" , meaning "Other"in Dutch. I have used this item, which is not tracked in the inventory, to enter a small unimportant items, or lump a number of small items, that i do not want to enter individually.
This always worked fine.
But now i got a warning that i can not mix items that are inventorized and non-inventorized items.
This introduces a headache.
Rgds Robert



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thanx, robert

On Sunday, June 9, 2013 2:04:10 AM UTC+2, robert wrote:

Hi, 
A few days back i entered a PO. One of the items i have created is “anders” , meaning "Other"in Dutch. I have used this item, which is not tracked in the inventory, to enter a small unimportant items, or lump a number of small items, that i do not want to enter individually.
This always worked fine.
But now i got a warning that i can not mix items that are inventorized and non-inventorized items.
This introduces a headache.
Rgds Robert



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