The below error message was reported to me by a user performing UAT (User Acceptance Testing) on an implementation of Purchase Order Processing and Workflow 2.0:
Microsoft Dynamics GP
You cannot print an unauthorized purchase order
This error was somewhat surprising as it was produced when trying to print a purchase order (PO) which had been converted from a purchase requisition (PR). There was a workflow process on the PR, which had been final approved and the PO created, but there was not a workflow on the PO.
I double checked to make sure that the old Purchase Order Enhancements (POE) Approvals functionality was disabled (it was) as the customer had previously been using this.
It was when I was checking for POE Approvals, that I realised that, as part of the project, we had enabled the PO Commitments part of POE.
The warning message was being produced as the PO line had exceeded the commitment budget value. Loading the PO, clicking the save button, accepting the override of the commitment budget value, reloading the PO and clicking the Print button successfully printed the PO.
My second book, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Financial Management
has been published and is available now from Packt Publishing
This is my second book, the first being the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Cookbook, and is the third piece of my work Packt Publishing have released this year (the first being the Microsoft Dynamics GP Techniques Online Leaning Course);
With this book you will:
- Discover how to improve financial management in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013
- Learn the key financial management modules in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013
- Improve your abilities with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 to gain a better understanding and control of your business
The modules covered in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Financial Management are:
- Analytical Accounting
- Cash Flow Management
- PO Commitments
- Encumbrance Management
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