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Use this form to receive one or more transfer orders. Before receiving, you can:

  • Select the transfer order lines that you want to receive.

  • Register items.

    To register items, click , and then select . You might do this, for example, if you want to specify a different receipt location than that specified in the field in the form.

  • Specify the quantity that you want to receive per transfer order line.

    To specify a quantity, enter it in the field. To receive the transfer order with this quantity, you must select in the list in the upper pane of the form. You can also change the quantity per transfer order in the form.

The upper pane of the form contains the parameter settings for each transfer order that is received. To select other transfer orders, click and set criteria for the inclusion of other transfer order lines.

The transfer order lines are shown in the lower pane of the form. When you select the check box and an update option from the list, the valid lines for that update appear.


If you specify a quantity in the field, the update must be selected to show these lines.

How to

Navigating the form

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.


Upper pane



Overview tab

View and edit a list of transfer orders.

General tab

View and edit general information for the selected transfer order.

Lower pane



View and edit the lines of the transfer order.

General tab

View and edit general information for the selected transfer order line.

View and edit inventory dimensions for the transfer order line.


Upper pane



Select the transfer orders to be received.

Set up standard values for the selected transfer orders.

Lower pane



Set up transfer orders for batch processing.

View transactions, on-hand inventory, and reservations.




The identification of the transfer order. The transfer order number sequence is specified in the form.

This date is today's date by default, but you can change it. When you update a transfer order line, the inventory transactions will be updated with this date.

The identification used to track a transfer order.

Select this check box to edit transfer order lines that are displayed according to the option selected.

For example, you can change the receipt quantity or completely delete the line. You can edit the transfer order lines before they are updated, but the inventory dimensions of the lines cannot be altered.

Only lines with a positive receipt quantity are shown.

This check box is available only if you select the check box. Select this check box to explode transfer order lines according to the inventory transactions.

Select this check box to print out receipts for the transfer order lines. You can also specify print options and the inventory dimensions to be printed in the report.

This option determines the receipt quantity for each transfer order. The following update options are available:

  • - The receipt quantity is equal to the value in the field on the individual transfer lines. This option requires a value in the field.

  • - The receipt quantity is equal to the remaining receipt quantity for each line.

    (The remaining receipt quantity is equal to the transfer quantity minus the receipt quantity).

  • - The receipt quantity is equal to the shipped quantity. This option requires that the voucher number from the shipment is specified.

The shipment to be used as the receipt proposal.

This field is automatically populated with the employee number of the current user if a relation has been created.

This unique user-defined code is assigned when items are created. We recommend that you do not use special characters or spaces in the item number.

Displays the receipt quantity (regardless of whether you want to accept the items or treat them as scrap) according to the option specified in the field. This quantity can be changed, but you cannot enter a negative receipt quantity.

The identification of the line.

The identification of the transfer order.

Enter the quantity of any items that you want to scrap. For example, if items are damaged in transit, this quantity of items can be handled as scrap and entered in this field. The scrapped quantity is automatically entered in the journal. The ledger posting and inventory transaction will consequently be performed as if from the inventory journal.

The following process occurs:

  1. The receipt quantity is received at the destination warehouse.

  2. An inventory transaction corresponding to the scrapped quantity is created with the type at the destination warehouse. This transaction will subtract the scrap quantity from the receipt quantity.

The identification of the item lot.

The identification of dimensions for the item.

The item configuration with specific attributes.

The size of the item.

The color of the item.

The destination warehouse.

The batch number.

The location inside a warehouse.

The unique identification for the pallet (Serial Shipping Container Code).

The serial number.

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