Tag Archives: Purchase Invoice

Supplier Invoice Date validation on Purchase Invoice screen

As we all know in Purchase Invoice screen, Supplier Invoice Date field is mandatory. In Sage X3, while creating Purchase Invoice transaction, it displays current date by default in the Supplier Invoice Date as well as in the Accounting date fields. But one of our client requested to add a validation for the dates where,… Read More »

Purchase Receipt quantity not flowing to Purchase Invoice screen in Sage X3

In Sage X3, we faced an issue for the Quantity not getting flown from Purchase Receipt to Purchase Invoice screen on the selection from the left list. As per the standard process, we create a Purchase order, and further we create a Purchase receipt using the same Purchase Order. Further, while creating the Purchase Invoice… Read More »

How to enable select all check box in the left side panel in Sage X3

As we all know, in Sage X3 when users want to create Purchase invoice against purchase receipt, he/she has to select receipt from the left list one by one. Recently one of our client wanted to have an option to select all Receipts in a single click from the left side panel while creating purchase… Read More »

How to overcome ‘Date prohibited ‘error in sales, purchase and accounting module

In Sage X3 we can control transaction creation by specifying the duration for which creation should be allowed. In order to prohibit the entry of invoices/credit memos Sage X3 provide a parameter level control where we can specify the duration for which sales transaction should be active these parameter set up is available for Sales,… Read More »

How to Set Up Matching Tolerance for Purchase Invoice

Sage X3 provides a special functionality called Matching tolerance which allows the user to set up and maintain tolerances especially in purchase module. Steps to set up matching tolerance are as follows: Navigate to:  Setup > Purchasing > Matching tolerances fig. Matching tolerances screen The tolerance codes determine the action that results from a failure… Read More »