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From the Microsoft Dynamics GP Blogs: Landed cost; Send message; Business Analyzer; SQL stored procedures and Dexterity

by MSDW Reporter
Editorial Team,

This week on the Dynamics GP blog roundup:

  • Where did my landed cost go? I do not see it to match on my invoice receipt.
  • Send message to users
  • SQL script to disable Business Analyzer fact pane
  • Calling SQL Server stored procedures from Microsoft Dexterity - revisited

Where did my landed cost go? I do not see it to match on my invoice receipt.

On the Dynamics GP Support and Services Blog, Nicole Fiskum stated that there have been quite a few support cases lately where people are asking why they can't invoice their landed costs or wanted to know where their landed costs went.

Fiskum stated that the first thing to look at is whether the landed cost is on the shipment receipt - landed costs must be included on the shipment receipt. However, she pointed out that the value associated with the landed cost on the shipment is merely an estimate.

Then after you've verified that you have a landed cost on your shipment receipt, look at who the landed cost vendor is. In most cases, the vendor associated with the landed cost isn't the same vendor you purchased the goods from, she stated.

You cannot invoice two separate vendors on the same receipt so in order to invoice that landed cost, you need to create two separate invoice receipts one for the vendor whom the purchased goods are from and the other to the landed cost vendor if indeed they are two separate vendors. 

You can read the rest of the post and find out how to do it in Dynamics GP

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