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Amt. Rcd. Not invoiced (LCY) field in NAV 5 and NAV 2009 sp1

zutzuzutzu Member Posts: 86
In NAV 5, the field "Amt. Rcd. Not invoiced (LCY)" works different than in NAV 2009 sp1 (in spanish version).
In NAV 5 if i make a purchase order and i receive it, its amount is X (>0).
In NAV 2009 sp1 if i make a purchase order and i receive it, its amount is 0.
I have made these tries in Cronus demo database.
Any idea?

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    mrsamrsa Member Posts: 35
    There shooud be no difference. Check in your 2009 version does your value entries have any value in expected costs fields. Maybe you forgot to put some values in unit cost before post receive order.
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    zutzuzutzu Member Posts: 86
    I think that it is not the problem.
    I create a new product in the two databases.
    When i receive it, the field "Amt. Rcd. Not invoiced (LCY)":
    In NAV 5 its amount is X (>0).
    In NAV 2009 its amount is 0.

    I have created the two items only with these fields and the same values: nº, description, base unit of measure, costing method: fifo, gen prod posting group, vat prod posting group and inventory posting group.
    There are no values in unit cost and standard cost.
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    AdamRoueAdamRoue Member Posts: 1,283
    If you have a FIFO costed item with 0 unit cost and 0 on the purchase line and you book it in why would it be anything except 0? Why is your NAV 5 solution with the settings identical giving you a cost greater than 0 when you have never defined a cost anywhere?
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    zutzuzutzu Member Posts: 86
    In the purchase line does it have amount (it has price). In both databases, NAV 5 and NAV 2009.
    But the difference is in Amt. Rcd. Not invoiced (LCY) field.
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