Identifying Number of Revisions of your Purchase Order (PO)

By | November 1, 2017

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Business managers especially sales and purchase managers often need to track and manage purchase/sales orders as well as any revisions in the same. They also ought to identify the reason for revisions to help trace user accuracy in the ERP system.
In our standard screen of ‘Purchase Order’, you cannot identify or track the as how many times a purchase order was changed or revised that can result due to user based errors, change in rates from vendor or increase/decrease in inventory stock.
To overcome this dilemma, we have come up with a simple yet effective solution. For this to get into effect, you only need to create two optional fields (mentioned below) and then map these two fields with Purchase Order.

  • RVNO
  • RVDT

When you create a fresh Purchase Order, the default value of RVNO will be 0. Now, whenever the user opens an existing order and make some corrections before saving the same, RVNO will automatically increase along with revision date as system date. (Please refer below screenshot)

Note :- Here, the revision number won’t have any restriction and there can be infinite number of revisions.
Similar to purchase order, we can also customize other document screen as per the requirement.
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