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Pricing on PO Change Order

  • 16 March 2022
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This may be standard functionality and something we just need to be aware of, but if we have manually updated a price on a purchase order line and then the line is updated for quantity via purchase order change order, this is also reverting the price for the part back to the price on the supplier for purchase part. 

 

The result of this is that it goes unnoticed by the person transacting the change order and later causes an invoicing query when the prcie no longer matches the manually updated price given by the supplier. 

 

Is there any way to prevent the change order from reverting to SFPP prices when a change to quantity is made?

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Best answer by Henrik Sjöström 16 March 2022, 15:22

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If you have changed the price on the line, but not in the price source, I think you need to also use the Price Freeze flag on the line to avoid new prices to be fetched when changing quantities or dates on the line (either directly or via a change order).

Normally the system will try to fetch a new price when changing the quantity because you might have step pricing (price latter) set up in the pricing.

Hope this helps!

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If you have changed the price on the line, but not in the price source, I think you need to also use the Price Freeze flag on the line to avoid new prices to be fetched when changing quantities or dates on the line (either directly or via a change order).

Normally the system will try to fetch a new price when changing the quantity because you might have step pricing (price latter) set up in the pricing.

Hope this helps!

 

Hi Henrik,

 

Many thanks, that will resolve our issue.

 

Liam

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Hi 

 

Is it possible to manage the default value for the field Freeze Price on the Purchase Order Line?

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