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purchase confirmation add confirmation date

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Mats Kjellberg
on 7/25/13, 8:01 PM 1,480 views

Hi,

When you ask for a quotation for a purchase that you want to do, you insert a date when you want to receive the items at latest. When you get a quote from the them they give you an other later date for delivery.. How and where to put this delivery date in the system??

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Ray Carnes
On 7/25/13, 11:11 PM

For Version 7.0:

Before confirming/approving the quote, edit the Expected Date field on the Incoming Shipments & Invoices tab.

This is the date that will be stored in the Scheduled Date field on the corresponding Incoming Shipment.

(Don't forget to post which version of OpenERP you are using)

What about if the Supplier had an issue and needs to change the delivery date, where can you change the Scheduled Date field for all products?

Carlos Contreras
on 10/4/13, 1:11 PM

The expected date can be changed on the purchase order, but it won't change the incoming shipment. I think it should :(

Bista Solutions US, Ray Carnes
on 10/7/13, 3:35 PM

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