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RE: Putting Suppliers on Stop

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RE: Putting Suppliers on Stop

Easiest thing to do is to use the Item Restrictions capability in the
Purchasing Instructions. In the item restrictions field put an 'I' in which
means Include Items Listed. Then list no items in the Item Restrictions
record for that supplier. This means that you are allowed to order no items
from that Supplier. Try entering a PO. You should get a hard error.



Andy Klee

RMB, Inc.
J.D. Edwards Certified Professional
Phone: 970.856.4811
Cellular: 303.591.7344
www.JDETips.com
 
Re: Putting Suppliers on Stop

Diane;
Have you thought of using the effective date on the AB record of the
supplier. The record
will still be there but shouldn't show up for orders.


Bert R. Sternal
IT Business Analyst
Wabash National




Diane.Davies@crown
castle.com To: jdeworldml@jdelist.com
Sent by: cc:
owner-jdeworldml@j Subject: Putting Suppliers on Stop
delist.com


04/24/2001 10:59
PM
Please respond to
jdeworld






Has anyone found a way of preventing orders being raised
on certain
suppliers?

We realise that orders can be held on certain suppliers
but feel this will
add extra administrative effort to the current process.
We wish to prevent
users raising orders on certain suppliers altogether.

We currently do not use search type security and are not
planning to use it
in the future.

We have added a DO NOT USE message to some address book
records but this is
not obvious enough to prevent users from raising orders.

Any suggestions would be appreciated


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Tom_Holt

Member
RE: Putting Suppliers on Stop

the item restriction flag works great for stock orders, but is ineffective with
non-stock orders.




andyklee33 <andyklee@rmb-golive.com> on 04/25/2001 07:24:01 AM

Please respond to jdeworld@jdelist.com

To: jdeworldml@jdelist.com
cc: (bcc: Tom Holt/BEA)

Subject: RE: Putting Suppliers on Stop



Easiest thing to do is to use the Item Restrictions capability in the
Purchasing Instructions. In the item restrictions field put an 'I' in which
means Include Items Listed. Then list no items in the Item Restrictions
record for that supplier. This means that you are allowed to order no items
from that Supplier. Try entering a PO. You should get a hard error.



Andy Klee

RMB, Inc.
J.D. Edwards Certified Professional
Phone: 970.856.4811
Cellular: 303.591.7344
www.JDETips.com







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