Canceled and corrected product receipts

An answer from [mention:1583a83061bc4bd398bd732831d6326f:e9ed411860ed4f2ba0265705b8793d05] in a recent post got me to thinking. I’ve never had the greatest luck with corrected and canceled product receipts. I’ve run into reporting issues, it seems they’re sort of hard to keep track of, and the versioning is difficult to trace through the tables, as well.

Does anyone (including you, [mention:1583a83061bc4bd398bd732831d6326f:e9ed411860ed4f2ba0265705b8793d05] ) use these regularly? If so, why do I have such a hard time keeping track of inventory on canceled receipts?


For me it is the definition of regularly. I work in a lot of food industry implementations and therefore the product is quality checked, weighed and undergoes a rigurous goods in process, meaning correct and cancelled simply does not happen “regularly”. I find in discrete manufacturers it is used more but this is generally down to human error.

An issue I have on the reporting is vendor performance, it is rejected before accepted in many cases and put back on the lorry so the delivery and lack of quality is not reported, the quality order can help but it is the vendor performance metrics that can give customers headaches. As for it impacting when processed I generally have not had an issue but then that maybe because the issues come months after live and I am no longer there!