Quarantine Label in Sage X3

Labeling is one of the influential parts of the packaging of the product. The label includes the information of inventory/product and which helps the customer to communicate with the company and greatest advantage identify the product and provide necessary information for the same. There are different kinds of labels such as Rejection, Approved, etc. which… Read More »

How to Prevent Users from Posting Sales Invoices and Purchase Invoices in Sage X3

In sage x3, Sometimes there may be a requirement that not all the user should be able to post sales and purchase invoice, We can allow the restriction for the user for posting of sales and purchase invoice. With the steps provided below extra security can be set up in Sage X3 that will prohibit… Read More »

How to Setup a Default Payment Approval Status in Sage X3

The posting of the payment of invoices coming from the Purchase, Sales or AP-AR Accounting modules is the payments generation. When you enter a Supplier Invoice there a Pay Approval selection box on the Header of the record. Only when the Invoice is marked as “Authorized to Pay” can it be selected by the Payment… Read More »

How to set default location and location type on product category.

Sage X3 gives us functionality where we can set default location and location type at product category level. If a particular category of product is available at multiple locations of sites, we can set a default location in this case and also if there is multiple categories of location (Receipt, stock, picking etc.) we can… Read More »

How to disable the Tax3 field of Sales Order screen if the customer is not TCS Applicable

There was a requirement from the user to add a check box on Customer master as “TCS Applicable” and “Tax Level 3” field of detail line on the Sales Order screen should be activated only when the “TCS Applicable” check box for any customer is ticked, otherwise it should be disabled. To achieve the above… Read More »

How to create a Reversing GL journal Entry in X3

Journal entries are records of financial transactions flowing in and out of the business. Journal entries are used to make transfers between nominal accounts. These transactions all get recorded in the book, called the general journal. Transactions are listed in an accounting journal that shows a company’s debit and credit balances. Journal entries includes the following main… Read More »