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Looking for ideas..
We processed a production order to the end, but have noticed the BOM's inventory has extra inventory transactions we can't account for tied to the production order..
The production order calls for 2000 qty of a single BOM item. We processed the production order and all the journals and vouchers totaling up for the 2000 are present and accurate.
We went to reconcile our inventory and noticed the BOM item used in the production order had a very large negative inventory. When we go to view the inventory transactions we can see multiple additional lines removing said items inventory that are tied to the above production order.. We have no idea how this happened. When we review the journals on the production order, there is no reference of the extra inventory transactions lines.
Does anybody have any ideas on how to trace back the rogue inventory transactions back to the production order or has run into a similar issue?
Thanks in advance!
I think you'll find it is possible to delete a production picking list journal after it has been posted. I believe sometimes users will delete these journals if they make a mistake, perhaps in the hope that it will reverse what has happened. It should be possible to use the financial voucher attached to the inventory transaction to see which user posted the transactions.
That may be the case. Vouchers and transactions all exists except for the picking list. I'll have to go grill on some users.
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