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Sales invoice is not generating stock move journals (purchase/ incoming goods does create stock moves)
So, the net result is that my stock & stock valuation continues to increase. Goods are booked in but never out.
The same problem occurred when I credited a purchase invoice ( with the incoming purchase invoice the goods were booked in/ stock increased but when I credited the same transaction the stock quantity did not decrease)
I am using real time (automated) inventory valuation. This is how it is configured:
The method I use for sales is accounts > customer invoices > create (enter goods) > validate.
The default UK chart of accounts is installed & the following account movements work as expected:
F000 Turnover/ sales category 400000
G000 Cost of sales / cost of sales 500000
B010 Stocks & WIP/ 100100 Stock (but only for incoming stock)
I realise that this behaviour is caused by the lack of stock move journals on sales invoices so the question is: how can I configure the software to automatically create these stock moves? Or, perhaps there is a problem with my automated inventory configuration?
mine is a very simple operation; goods come in to stock, held in stock until sold.
No requirement to allocate stock, no deliveries of sales,
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|Asked: 3/22/16, 5:14 AM|
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|Last updated: 3/22/16, 5:33 AM|