SECTION 18.104.22.168 - LIST STOCK PURCHASES
USAGE: To print a list of Creditor Purchases of specifically stock.
DISCUSSION: This report does not include any purchases of General Ledger or Job items. The report is always printed in Creditor Code order.
When you start the program, the following questions will appear:
USE LONG FORMAT REPORT If you are using wide stationery, reply Y, otherwise reply N. This question will only be displayed if the relevant option is set to A, see SECTION 7.1.2.
START A NEW PAGE ON CHANGE OF CREDITOR If you reply Y, HiFinance will start a new page each time the Creditor key changes. A sub-total will also be printed for each group of transactions. If you reply N, the transactions will be printed continuously.
The following question asks you to enter both a lower and upper limit. The upper limit must not be less than the lower limit. The default answers define the extreme limits of the field. You do not have to change all of these limits. Only change the ones you wish to, and tab past the others.
CREDITOR CODE RANGE This is the Creditor’s code.
INVENTORY CODE RANGE This is allows you to print only orders for a range of Inventory codes. This field will not limit General Ledger or Job lines.
DATE RANGE This allows you to limit the report to a range of Transaction Dates.
OTHER KEY RANGE This may appear as a different literal depending on how you have defined the field in SYSTEM PARAMETERS.
REFERENCE RANGE This reference number, i.e. Order number.
To start the report, press <Enter> through each field or simply press <F10>.
The report will scan the transaction file and extract all records that fit within your chosen parameters. The report itself will detail the Creditor code and name, Other-key, reference number, Transaction date. Then for each line on the Purchase, the report will detail the Inventory code and description, the units purchased, the unit-price and the line value (before discounts or tax). The units and value columns are subtotalled by Creditor and a grand total is also printed at the end of the report. If you print in short-form, some descriptive information is left out to allow the report to print across a narrower page.