Shipping and invoicing non quantity bearing parts

Ron -

We do this all the time. We have the labor set up as stock (or not Non-
Stock) and not qty bearing parts. We are able to "ship" as many as we
need and the running on-hand quantity remains zero. We're on v
8.03.405, and I believe it was working during implementation in v
8.03.404b as well.

Kirstin Brandt
IT
Diversified Assembly Technologies

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "Ron" <rcole@...> wrote:
>
> When we do repairs, we invoice the parts used to repair and the
labor.
> In the past (legacy) we had 2 part numbers for labor, in warranty and
> out of warranty labor. When we started using Vantage, we just put a
> million of each part in stock so they could be added to the packing
> list and the invoice. I turned off qty bearing for these parts, but
now
> it seems we can't ship those lines, which means they can't be
invoiced.
> I'm curious if any of you are in a similar situation and how you're
> dealing with it.
>
> Ron Cole
> IT Manager, IED LLC
>
When we do repairs, we invoice the parts used to repair and the labor.
In the past (legacy) we had 2 part numbers for labor, in warranty and
out of warranty labor. When we started using Vantage, we just put a
million of each part in stock so they could be added to the packing
list and the invoice. I turned off qty bearing for these parts, but now
it seems we can't ship those lines, which means they can't be invoiced.
I'm curious if any of you are in a similar situation and how you're
dealing with it.

Ron Cole
IT Manager, IED LLC