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PR is creating multiple PO

  • 1.  PR is creating multiple PO

    TOP CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Jan 30, 2019 02:35 PM
    HI All

    Please advise why a single PR with one line creating multiple Purchase order and would what be the fix to avoid this in future

    Thanks and best regards

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    Nazim Lalji
    Dynamics AX Analyst

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  • 2.  RE: PR is creating multiple PO

    TOP CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Feb 05, 2019 12:50 PM
    Hi Nazim,
    Do you have any Procurement policies created? For purchase requisitions, it's possible to create a Procurement policy with a rule against it that automatically splits orders if lines have different requesters, line types, or procurement categories.

    For example, after I create a rule, I can assign a policy rule type to apply to it:

    once the policy rule type is added, it can be configured for order splitting:


    These can be setup in Procurement and Sourcing > Setup > Policies > Purchasing policies (may still be called Procurement policies in AX2012, I'd have to check).

    Thanks
    Drew

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    Andrew Lencsak
    Senior Application Consultant/Solution Architect
    eBECS Limited
    Atlanta GA
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  • 3.  RE: PR is creating multiple PO

    Posted 26 days ago
    Hi,

    I'm facing the same issue. I have checked and confirmed that there are no split rules set up. The PR in question is from the same requestor and procurement catgeory - 8 lines on the PR has created 3 separate PO's.

    Is there anything else I should be checking?

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    Rhiannon Gibson
    Annata
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