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Dynamics NAV / MSDYN365BC - Set Require Shipment/Receive mandatory?

Hi Readers,

This blog is about a very simple but nice to know the setting in Dynamics NAV or Business Central.

One of the customer queries is the source of this article.

The Query is -

Location is set up to Require Warehouse Receipt documents, and yet I was able to simply POST > Receive from a purchase order.

Let's Test Feature in Cronus Database -

1. Create a New Location Test and set to Require Receive as shown below.

2. Let's Create a Purchase order for Test Location and try to Receive one Quantity.

The system generates a warning messge while trying to set Qty. to Receive in Purchase Line.

Let's Post-it and see its posted without any issues.

So the behavior is as expected as the user said.

How we make sure the Warehouse Receipt is mandatory?
  • To start with you will require an Advance Warehouse Functionality in your license. 
  • If its there then modify the location with Directed Put-away and Pick as shown below.

3. Set Location TEST with Directed Put-away and Pick.

4. Now try to Receive the same purchase order and check. Instead of a message system should generate an Error message.

Hope this article helps you.

Please let me know your views as a comment on this article.

Stay Tuned for More.

Saurav Dhyani


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