CP0200 Customer Order Processing Print Pick/Pack Tickets and Ship Labels

Print Pick/Pack Tickets & Ship Labels

Application Overview

 

Picking Tickets are documents that list all the items in the order that are eligible to be taken from stock (picked) and shipped from a particular warehouse.  These items are listed in order by their picking sequence.  A line prints beside each item where the stock clerk can enter the amount that was actually picked for shipment.  Picking tickets may be printed for a range of orders.  The program also allows the entry of a cut‑off date so individual items on the order may be ignored if the request date falls after the cut‑off date.

 

The picking ticket may be printed on 8‑1/2 by 11‑inch paper to make it easier to work with, but standard‑sized computer paper is also acceptable.  The picking tickets can be printed on pre-printed forms if you answered Y in COP Setup to the question Print Pick Tic On Forms?

 

During selection of the range information for the picking tickets the operator must enter the starting and ending order numbers of the orders that are to be considered, the warehouse location, the request date cut‑off, whether previously picked orders should be considered and whether invoice‑type orders should be considered.  The program will then print the picking tickets and then ask the operator for a new range.  The operator will continue selecting ranges until all pertinent picking tickets have been selected.

 

The program will print a picking ticket for each order that falls within the selection range that has at least one line item for which the request date is on or before the cut‑off date.  Such orders must be of the type O (regular order).  Picking tickets may be printed for invoice‑type orders if the operator specifically requests that this occur.  Picking tickets may be printed twice for the same order if the operator selects this option, but duplicates are identified as such by a warning message that prints on the document.  If the program detects that the value of the order when added to the customer's balance exceeds the customer's credit limit, a warning to that effect will print on the picking ticket, so personnel should be instructed to look for such warnings and to follow company policy when finding them.

 

If the Bill of Material Processor package is used, picking tickets will distinguish between stocked and non‑stocked items and will show the components of non‑stocked items in such a form that the ticket can be used as a kit list for their assembly.

 

The program will print a line upon which miscellaneous charges and freight charges can be written at the end of the picking ticket.  If all line items on the order appeared on the ticket a message to this effect will also print.  The picking ticket will also provide a work field for serial/lot numbers if the component is serial or lot.

Staging Slips

Another method is to batch pick all orders in one run and place the goods in a staging area.  From the staging area you can pick individual orders much quicker than going through the entire warehouse.  See the next chapter on Staging Slips for run instructions.

Printing On Laser Forms

 

Picking tickets may be printed on either standard (continuous) forms or laser forms.  This option is set in the Print On Laser Forms? field #21 of the COP Setup application.  If that field is set to P or B, picking tickets will automatically be set to print on laser forms.  For more information, refer to the description for field #21 in the COP Setup section of this manual.

 

A Packing List is a document that lists all the items on an order that have been taken from stock (picked) and shipped from a particular ware­house.  Packing Lists may be printed for a range of orders.  The program also allows you to select whether invoiced items should be included and items that have only been billed should be included.

 

The Packing List may be printed on 8‑1/2 by 11‑inch paper to make it easier to work with, but standard‑sized computer paper is also acceptable.

 

During selection of the range information for the Packing Lists the operator must enter the starting and ending order numbers of the orders that are to be considered, the warehouse location, whether invoiced items should be included, if billed items should be included, and if to print zero quantity-to-ship line items.  The program will then print the Packing Lists and ask the operator for a new range.  The operator may continue selecting ranges until all pertinent Packing Lists have been selected.

 

The program will print a packing list for each order that falls within the selection range that has at least one line item.

 

Note: Packing Slips may only be printed for Invoice type orders or Regular type orders that have been partially or fully billed.

 

Shipping Labels, are documents that list the order shipping address information. Each label will have the order number and the ship‑to information including ship‑to name, ship‑to address, city, state and zip.  Define the label size in Label Code Setup in the Util_setup window off the Elliott main menu bar.  Then define the default label code in COP Setup.

 

You may select multiple orders and request multiple labels for each order.

 

Run Instructions

 

Select Print Pick/Pack Tickets & Ship Labels from the pull down COP Processing window.  The following screen will then be displayed:

 

 

Print Pick/Pack Tickets & Ship Labels Screen Window

 

 

 


The following options are available:

    • Select the desired mode from the Print Pick/Pack Tickets & Ship Labels menu bar
    • Enter the data requested on the screen

     

    To return to the menu bar, press the ESC or F10 key. To leave this application, press X for EXIT when positioned at the menu bar.

     

    Entry Field Descriptions

     

    Picking Tickets

     

    Name

    Type and Description

    1.  Starting Order No

    6 numeric digits (999999).

    Enter the starting number of the range of orders for which you wish picking tickets to be printed.  Defaults to All.

    2.  Ending Order No

    6 numeric digits (999999).

    Enter the ending number of the range of orders for which you wish picking tickets to be printed.  Defaults to the starting order number.

    3.  Warehouse Location

    2 alphanumeric characters.

    Enter the location code for the warehouse for which picking tickets will be printed.  Only orders for this warehouse will be eligible for being picked.  The location code you enter must be on file in the Location file.  The description associated with this code will display beside the entry.

    4.   Request Date Cut‑Off

    A date in the standard date format.

    Enter the date against which the request date for individual items on orders will be compared to determine if they should print on the order's picking ticket.

    Note than an item's request date may be revised after the order is entered, and this revised date is identified as the promise date.  The program will use the promise date for comparison if it has been entered.  This field defaults to the system date.

    5.  Print Tickets for Unpicked      Orders  Only

    Y or N.

    If you answer Y, orders that have previously had picking tickets printed for them but have not yet been billed will be excluded from consideration for printing again.  If you answer N, previously picked orders that have not yet been billed will be eligible to have picking tickets printed again although a message will print on the ticket to advise you that such a duplication occurred.


    6.  Print Tickets for Invoice-Type Orders?

    Y or N.

    If you answer Y, orders with an order type of I will be eligible for printing.  If you answer N such orders will not be eligible.

    Ordinarily, invoice‑type orders are used to record sales where shipment occurred at the time of the sale such as with over‑the‑counter sales.  Thus, picking tickets are unnecessary.  You may use invoices as ordinary orders however to streamline the order processing sequence, in which case you would want picking tickets to be printed.

    7.  Print F2 Comments ?

    Y or N.

    If you answer Y, the comments that were entered during Order Entry will display on the picking ticket and the picking tickets will not print in picking sequence order.

    8.  Print Zero Qty Ship Line Items?

     

    Y or N.

    If you answer Y, items with zero quantity to ship will be printed on the picking ticket.

    9.  Print Pic Tic For Cust On Credit Hold?

    Y or N.

    If you answer Y, a picking ticket will be printed for a customer that has been placed on credit hold.

    10.  Print Feature Item

    Components?

    Y or N. 

    Enter Y to print components of feature items on the picking tickets.

    Enter N to only print the parent feature item.

    Defaults to N.

    11.  No Of Levl To Explode ?

    2 numeric characters.

    Enter the number of levels you wish to explode for non-stocked parent items.

    This question will only appear when the Bill of Material Processor package is being used. 

     

    Packing Lists

     

    Name

    Type and Description

    1.  Starting Order No

    6 numeric digits (999999).

    Enter the starting number of the range of orders for which you wish Packing Lists to be printed.  Defaults to All.

    2.  Ending Order No

    6 numeric digits (999999).

    Enter the ending number of the range of orders for which you wish Packing Lists to be printed.  Defaults to the starting order number.

    3.  Warehouse Location

    2 alphanumeric characters.

    Enter the location code for the warehouse for which packing lists will be printed.  Only orders for this warehouse will be eligible.  The location code you enter must be on file in the Location file.  The description associated with this code will display beside the entry.

    4.  Include Invoiced Items on List?

    Y or N.

    If you answer Y, invoiced items will be eligible for printing.  If you answer N such items will not be eligible.

    5.  Include Billed Items on

    List ?

    Y or N.

    If you answer Y, billed items will be eligible for printing.  If you answer N such items will not be eligible.

    6.  Print Zero Qty Line Items?

    Y or N.

    If you answer Y items with zero quantity to ship will be printed on the Packing List.

    Note : If all line items on the order have zero quantity to ship, a Packing List will not be printed for this order regardless of how you answer this question.


     
    Shipping Labels

     

    Name

    Type and Description

    Order Number

    6 numeric digits (999999).

    Enter the number of the order for which you wish to print labels.

    If you press RETURN for the first entry of an order number, the program will default to All orders, and the entry of No. of  Labels will be skipped. Only one label will then print for each order.

    When you have entered all of the order numbers and number of labels to print, press the F10 key to print these labels.

    No. Of Labels?

    3 numeric digits (999).

    Enter the number of labels you want to print for each order specified.

    If you selected All for the order number, you will not be prompted for this entry.

     

     

     

     


     

    Print Picking Tickets

     

     



     

    Print Packing Lists

     

     

     

     


     

    Print Shipping Labels

     

     

     



     

    Mount Labels on Printer

     

     

     

     


     

    Print Alignment


                         

    Print COD Tags

     

    The user has two options of applying the total COD amount.  The first option is to print only 1 tag, Field 2. This will print the total COD amount on one COD tag and as a result, 1 COD tag per order.

     

     

    Generate COD Tags

     

    Key Field Entry Description

     

    Field 3:                        Determines how COD is to be paid.

     

                            0 =       No instructions

                            1 =       Certified Check/Money Order

                            2 =       Company Check

     

     

     

    The second option is to print more that one COD tag per order.  If the user selects this option, then the system adds a Field 9 to the above screen.  This field prompts the user on how they want to distribute the COD amount.  The choices are:

     

    1.                   N = No Distribution.        Total amount goes to 1 tag.

    2.                   M = Manually                Manually distribute the COD amt. to the number of tags, Field 2.

    3.                   E = Dist. Evenly             System will distribute COD amt. evenly to the number of tags.

     

     

    If M=Manually is selected, a window will pop up and the user can enter an amount for each COD tag.  After an amount is entered, the projected total COD amount remaining will be displayed.  See figure next page.

     

     

     

     


     

     

     


     

     

     

     

    Staging Slips

     

    Application Overview

     

    This feature is used to print a consolidated pick ticket (staging slip) for multiple orders. If you have a large warehouse and the number of orders is huge, the traditional method of using picking ticket to pick order one at a time is not efficient. A better method is to pick all orders in a batch in one run and place the goods in a staging area.  From the staging area, you can pick your individual order much quicker than go through the entire warehouse.  Staging Slips are also referred to as Wave Pick.

    To use this feature, it must first be setup as per the Global Setup instructions for Pick Ticket/Ship Labels .

     

    Run Instructions

     

    From COP Main Menu, select Processing, then Pick/Pack Tickets & Ship Labels and then Print

     

    At the Print option, you the choice of printing Picking Tickets or Staging Slips.  This is a process procedure because the system will not print a Staging Slip unless a Picking ticket has already been printed.

    When you finish printing Picking Tickets and hit <Esc> or F10, the system will prompt you if you want to print a Staging Slip.  At this point you may select “Yes” or “No”. 

     

     

     

    If you select “No”, then at a later time you can return to the Print Menu and select Staging Slips to print on an order-by-order basis.

     

     

    Print Staging Slips

     

    Step 1.             Enter Orders

     

    Step 2.             >Esc> or F10 for prompt to print Staging Slips

     

    Step 3.             Select Bin Sequence

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    19-Jan-08 -  9:45Am Electronics - RSS(96)                              Page    1

     

                              S T A G I N G   S L I P

     

     

    Item-No         Item-Description                         Pick-Seq

    Ord-No Req-Date Line-Description                    Qty  UM Name/Ref-Desc    Via

     

    046242000       Cocentric Testing Item

    156686 01/09/08 Cocentric Testing Item             1.00  LH John Q. Williams U

                                                 ----------

                                      Item Total:      1.00

     

    DATA-BUS        Data Bus/Buffer 25 Meg                   C-4444-A

    156685 01/07/08 Data Bus/Buffer 25 Meg             1.00  EA John Q. Williams U

                                                 ----------

                                      Item Total:      1.00


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     Order# Ord-Date Cust-# Cust-Name                      Via PO#        Rep

        WO#          Job-No Ref/Item Desc                  Parent Item

    ------- -------- ------ ------------------------------ --- ---------- ---

     

     156685 01/07/08 000100 John Q. Williams Company       U              100

     156686 01/09/08 000100 John Q. Williams Company       U              100

     

     

     

     

     

     


    Legacy Bill of Lading

     

    For field entry values and options, see Legacy Bill of Lading in the Global Setup document.

     


     

    Shipment Acknowledgement Email

     

    This feature allows you to batch email customers that their order has shipped.  There are two requirements that must be met prior to using this feature.  They are:

     

    1. Customer must be subscribed to “Manifest” event (System Manager Manual – Specific Events)

     

    1. Starship Manifest module must be installed or “Manifest” note duplicated in Elliott Notes.

     

     

    Run Instructions

     

    COP Menu Ò Processing Ò Pick/Pack Tickets & Ship Labels Ò Print Ò Shipment Email

     

     

     


     

    Enter the Starting and Ending Dates; the system will search and use the dates manually entered in Elliott Manifest Note or dates created automatically by the Starship Manifest module.

     


     

    Starship/Elliott Note Order 2096

     

     

     


     

     

    Manifest Event - Email Acknowledgement Order 2094


     

    VICS Bill Of Lading

     

    This module allows you to add, change, delete, split, print and complete bills of lading according to the VICS standard.  This can work in conjunction with Shipping Verification to print UCC labels for each box and create shipment records needed to produce an ASN (Advanced Ship Notice).  There are several requirements that must be set prior to using this feature.  They are:

     

    1. The VICS Bill Of Lading Global Setup.

     

    1. Create User Defined Codes in Inventory Management.  These need to be added to all of the items that you will ship using the VICS Bill Of Lading.

     

    1. Review the Ship Via codes for proper values.

     

     

    Run Instructions

     

    COP Menu Ò Processing Ò Pick/Pack Tickets & Ship Labels Ò Print Ò VICS Bill Of Lading

     

     

     

     

     

    Location: Enter the location of the warehouse.  The value you enter here will be retained until you change it to make future processing faster.  You can also press F7 to get a search window of location codes.

     

    Customer#: Enter the customer number.  The F7 and F8 search keys are available to search for a customer by number or by name.  You can press F1 to skip the customer number field and proceed to the BOL No field.

     

    BOL No: Enter a BOL number or press F1 for open bills of lading or F2 for all bills of lading.  You can also press F5 to shift the prompt to the order number.

     

     

     

     

    BOL Insert

     

    Press the Insert key to bring up the BOL Insert screen:

     


     

     

     

    Orders can be grouped together on one bill of lading given the correct parameters.  Generally, these are orders that are being shipped together to one location.

     

    1. Master BOL? – Most bills of lading will not be a master.  A master may be needed if the customer requires individual shipments be sent in one load to a consolidation facility.
    2. BOL# - Leave this blank to allow the system to automatically generate the next BOL number.  A number may be specified if you need to add orders to an existing BOL.
    3. Customer# - Enter the customer number of the orders.
    4. Starting PO No – Enter the beginning purchase order number for a range found on the sales orders.
    5. Ending PO No – Enter the ending purchase order number for a range found on the sales orders.
    6. Starting Order No – Enter the starting sales order number for a range to include in the BOL.
    7. Ending Order No – Enter the ending sales order number for a range to include in the BOL.
    8. Ship To No – Enter a ship-to number found on the sales orders.  Leave it blank for All.
    9. Ship To X-Ref# - Enter a ship-to cross reference number found on the sales orders.
    10. Ship To Zip Code – Enter a zip code found on the sales orders.
    11. Ship Via Code – Enter a ship via code found on the sales orders.
    12. Ship Date – Enter a date and the ship date on the sales orders must be on or prior to this date.
    13. Select Order Pick Ticket Printed? – You can select orders that have a picking ticket and give a cut-off date.
    14. Select Order Selected for Billing? – You can select orders that have already been selected for billing.

     

     

    BOL Header Maintenance

     

    Press Enter when a BOL entry is highlighted to maintain the header information:

     


     

     

     

    Each bill of lading contains a header that specifies certain characteristics about the shipment.  The FOB, Ship Via, Freight Charge Terms and Ship Date can be updated on all of the orders within the bill of lading when it is completed.  The Pro# is much like a tracking number.  If it is populated, a ship note will be created with this value as the tracking number on all the orders.  The Confirmation# may be required by some customers for the advanced ship notice.  Special Instructions entered will print on the bill of lading in a predefined area.

     

     

    F1 – PO View

     

    Press the F1 key to view the BOL by PO number:

     


     

     

     

    Each purchase order will be displayed for the BOL, how many orders are on the PO, the package quantity and type, the weight, and other information.  You can further drill down to the sales orders by pressing F1, view the carrier information by pressing F2, print labels for the BOL by pressing F3, or split the BOL by pressing F4.  You can also add to or delete from the BOL in this screen.

     

     

    F4 – Print BOL

     

    Press the F4 key to print the BOL.  The BOL is designed to print on a laser printer and a laser overlay is provided for your convenience.  If a supplemental page is required, a separate print job will be generated.  Some criteria may be required before the BOL will print, like entry of a pro number.  If a BOL needs to be changed or is printed by mistake, you can press F7 to void the print.

     

     

    F5 – Complete BOL

     

    Press the F5 key to complete the BOL.  This should be performed once the shipment has left your facility.  This marks the BOL as completed so it does not appear with the other open bills.  Also, billing selection can be performed automatically for all orders on the BOL.  The BOL must be printed before it can be completed.  If a BOL needs to be corrected or is completed by mistake, you can press F7 to void the completion.

     

     

     

    Customer Order Processing

    1. CP0000 Customer Order Processing Overview
    2. Common Reasons Why Pick Ticket Does Not Print
    3. How Do You Purge Quote Type Orders?
    4. Order Lookup by Customer and Ship-To
    5. Btrieve Error USE on COP Lock File
    6. How to Send Shipping Confirmation Email to Customer
    7. Order Inquiry Searching by Customer's PO (Purchase Order) Number
    8. Can We Turn Off the Ability for Users to Enter Orders for a Customer on Credit Hold?
    9. How Do I Remind Salesmen to Send Order Acknowledgment?
    10. Is There a Way to Export and Import Price Code Files?
    11. Can a Credit for Kits on an Order Return Components to Inventory?
    12. How to Add System Date and Time on Laser Pick Ticket
    13. What Triggers the Billing Edit List to Display an O/S Instead of Quantity in the Back Order Field?
    14. How to Subscribe to Add Order Event So I Only Receive E-mail When Credit Memo Is Created
    15. Manually Changed Sales Tax and Commission in Billing Screen Recalculates Again During Billing Selection
    16. Can Item Lead Time Be Added to the Sales Desk Screen?
    17. All of a Sudden COP Open Order Report Takes Forever to Complete
    18. Purge COP Sales Order with No Line Item
    19. The Top Barcode Will Not Scan on Pick Ticket
    20. Invoice Only Prints First 10 Characters of Purchase Order Number
    21. Why Would Invoice Balance Due Field Be a Credit?
    22. Open Order / Invoice History Inquiries GUI Windows Show No Column or Data
    23. Can the 'Design Your Own Picking Ticket' Feature Print in Pick Sequence?
    24. How to Lock a Sales Order from Being Changed
    25. What Do I Do With "Invoice Printed But Not OK" Orders?
    26. Warn Users When Entering COP Orders for Items Below a Certain Margin
    27. Can Elliott Support Gift Cards or Gift Certificates?
    28. How to Stop Changing Sales Order with Shipment Tracking (Starship) Note
    29. Received Message "Must Run COP Setup First"
    30. What Are CP3HSxxx.BTR Files? Can We Delete Them?
    31. Restrict User from Changing Price in COP Line Item Screen
    32. How to Determine Who Receives Shipping Confirmation Email
    33. How to Create Invoices and Credit Memos Without Updating Item Quantity through Phantom Invoice
    34. Feature - Print Outstanding Transfers Through Invoice Edit List
    35. Feature - Date Used to Determine Price When Adding Item to Existing Order
    36. Feature - Order Release Time by Warehouse Location
    37. Newly Received Items Inquiry Not Showing Proper Column as Labeled
    38. Credit Memo with Qty Return Will Reduce Qty Sold in Sales History
    39. Feature - Order Release Log File
    40. Feature - F7 to Print Duplicate Invoice in Invoice History Inquiry
    41. Feature - Receive COP Transfer Order Event
    42. Feature - Location Mask Added To Label File Name
    43. Feature - Support for Minimum Price Changes in Future Price Maintenance and Import
    44. Feature - Added Customer Type to Invoice Print Programs
    45. Feature - Order Acknowledgment Email Contacts
    46. How to Correct Wrong Invoice Date Once It is Posted
    47. Feature - Show Previous Qty OH in Newly Receive Inquiry
    48. Feature - Order Line Item Screen to Prompt WO Type, Buffer Days and Lead Time
    49. Feature - Add Selection Criteria to Print Duplicate Invoice Screen
    50. CP07S1 Customer Order Processing Backorder Audit Trail Report
    51. CP0102 Customer Order Processing Copy Order
    52. CP0308S1 Customer Order Processing Purge Invoice History
    53. CP0400M Customer Order Processing Order Inquiry
    54. CP0400V Customer Order Processing Void Invoice
    55. CP0406 Customer Order Processing Freight Calculation Inquiry
    56. CP0500 Customer Order Processing Sales History Processing
    57. CP0501 Customer Order Processing Sales History Trx Processing
    58. CP0502 Customer Order Processing Post/Purge Sales History Trx
    59. CP0200 Customer Order Processing Print Pick/Pack Tickets and Ship Labels
    60. CP0300 Customer Order Processing Order Billing
    61. CP0503 Customer Order Processing Sales History Reports
    62. CP0504 Customer Order Processing Sales Analysis Reports
    63. CP0507 Customer Order Processing Sales History Period File Maintenance
    64. CP0600 Customer Order Processing Order Status Reports
    65. CP0800 Customer Order Processing COP Setup
    66. CP0701 Customer Order Processing Fill Backorders
    67. CP0901 Customer Order Processing Price Code File Maintenance
    68. CP1001 Customer Order Processing Ship-To File Maintenance
    69. CP01012 Customer Order Processing Newly Received Item Inquiry
    70. CP1101 Customer Order Processing Product Cat/Loc Acct File Maintenance
    71. CP1200 Customer Order Processing Mass Price Change
    72. CP1400 Customer Order Processing Price List Report
    73. CP1600 Customer Order Processing Clear I/M & A/R Accumulators
    74. CP1700 Customer Order Processing Invoice History Inquiry
    75. CP1720 Customer Order Processing Invoice History Report
    76. CP1725S Customer Order Processing Print Duplicate Invoice
    77. CP1800S1 Customer Order Processing Purge Line Item Audit
    78. CP1900 Customer Order Processing Line Item Auditing Inquiry
    79. CP1920 Customer Order Processing Line Item Auditing Report
    80. CPCDPSCN Customer Order Processing Customer Delivery Performance Report
    81. CPCMSMNT Customer Order Processing Sales Commission File Maintenance
    82. CPCNLORD Customer Order Processing Cancel Order
    83. CPCNLPIC Customer Order Processing Cancel Picking Ticket
    84. CPCONMNT Customer Order Processing Contract Pricing
    85. CPCUSITM Customer Order Processing Customer Item File Maintenance
    86. CPCWLPSN Customer Order Processing Purge Customer Wish List
    87. CPCWLSCN Customer Order Processing Customer Wish List Report
    88. CPEXPMNU Customer Order Processing Sales Order Export
    89. CPFUTMNU Customer Order Processing Future Price File Maintenance
    90. CPIMPMNU Customer Order Processing Sales Order Input
    91. CPISSULS Customer Order Processing Issue Serial/Lot Component Items
    92. CPOLSMNT Customer Order Processing Order Serial/Lot File Maintenance
    93. CPOPNSSN Customer Order Processing Open Orders by Salesman Report
    94. CPPAYSCN Customer Order Processing Payment History Report
    95. CPPICMNU Customer Order Processing Pickup Processing
    96. CPPORGSN Customer Order Processing Generate P/O Reference
    97. CPPURSDQ Customer Order Processing Purge Sales Desk Quote
    98. CPQCMMNT Customer Order Processing Quotation Comment Maintenance
    99. CPR01MNT Customer Order Processing User-Defined Code Maintenance
    100. CPR02MNT Customer Order Processing User-Defined Code/Year File Maintenance
    101. CPR03MNT Customer Order Processing Customer User-Defined Code/Year File Maintenance
    102. CPRECMNU Customer Order Processing Recurring Order Processing
    103. CPRESORD Customer Order Processing Release Held Orders
    104. CPRMEMNU Customer Order Processing Print RMA Acknowledgement
    105. CPROIMNU Customer Order Processing Recurring Order Inquiry
    106. CPSBMENU Customer Order Processing Shipment Confirmation
    107. CPSETCUS Customer Order Processing Reset Customer Sales/Cost
    108. Feature - ACH Warning When Changing Order Terms
    109. CPSLSDSK Customer Order Processing Sales Desk
    110. CPFRMMNT Customer Order Processing Invoice Form Setup
    111. Feature - Transfer Qty On Order Status Reports
    112. Feature - Shipping Verification Item Event
    113. Why Does the Sales Order Date Not Match the Entered Date?
    114. Change – Add Salesman No. to Open Order Report by Customer, Change CSV Order of Fields
    115. Feature - Purge WMS Staging Batches
    116. Feature - Sales Order Import Line Item Event
    117. SCLAYOUT Sales Desk Change Customer Data Window
    118. SDLAYOUT Sales Desk Screen Layout
    119. XCP0352 Customer Order Processing Print Invoices
    120. Global Setup for Invoice Printing Time Release Flags
    121. Feature - Order Ship Status Auditing Report
    122. Feature - Check for Duplicate PO During Sales Order Import
    123. Feature - Print Staging Slip by Range Selection of Bin Numbers
    124. What's The Bar Code Symbology Used on Pick Ticket Heading Area?
    125. My Users Are Not Able to Void COP Invoice After Elliott Update
    126. Feature - Display Usage of Item Customer Usage from Inventory Transactions
    127. Feature - Sales Order Import To Warn If Sales or Weight Greater Than Certain Value
    128. Close Transfer Order Requires Resetting ATP and Qty. on Order
    129. Feature-Change EDI Flag in Order Entry
    130. Feature - Control Packing List Print Depending on Work Order Creation
    131. Feature - Sales Promotion Desk
    132. Feature - Staging Slip Ability to Select Only Order With or Without Work Order
    133. Feature - Stock Analysis Processing
    134. Feature - Cancel and Close Order Option Added to Cancel Pick Ticket Application
    135. Feature - Ability to Process Shipment Verification Over Multiple Days If Using Billing Selection
    136. Security Flag to Allow User to Change COP Incomplete Order to Complete
    137. Feature - Added Payment Inquiry Option to Order/Invoice Inquiry Applications
    138. Feature - Ability to Change EDI Import Path
    139. Feature - Two-Location Support In Sales Desk
    140. Feature - Print Packing List by Box Number
    141. What Do the Statuses Mean on the Order Inquiry Screen?
    142. Feature - Added “Show Customers with Pending Payment Only?” to Release Held Order with Filters
    143. Order Already Shipped. Cannot Be Cancelled Until Shipment Cancelled
    144. Feature - Auto Release Held Order Utility
    145. What Other Programs Can Update Order Date Picked Field?
    146. Feature - Added "Put Away Slip" Section to Staging Slip
    147. Feature - COP Custom Product Structure to Show Price & Cost
    148. Feature - Not Allowing All Customers When Printing Pick Ticket
    149. Feature - Restrict Access to the Open Credit Field in the Order Payment Window
    150. Feature - Add First Line Bin Number Sort to Picking Ticket
    151. In Order Line Item Screen, Got Message "Qty Available Had Changed While You Enter This Line Item"
    152. Feature - New Summary Area for Open Orders by Customer / Fill Back Orders by Customer Report
    153. Suggestion to Implement PDF PostOffice Invoice Based on Invoice History
    154. Why Order Taxable Flag Does Not Change After Customer Taxable Flag Is Changed
    155. How to Export Price Codes to CSV File
    156. How to Create Credit Memo from Invoice History
    157. Feature - Drop Ship Enhancement
    158. Feature - Negative Discount Percent Support
    159. Automatically Create Invoice History Summary by Date Through Defer Processing
    160. Feature - Option to Include Salesman 2 and 3 in the Order Edit List CSV File
    161. Feature - Replacement Sales Order Import to Keep Changed Promise Date
    162. Suppress Nothing in Range Message with Laser Order, Quote and RMA Acknowledgement
    163. Feature - How to Not Update Previous Tracking Note in Shipment Data Update
    164. Feature - Shipment Data Update Event
    165. Feature - Override or Filter Invoice Form Number
    166. Feature - Create ASN Label Records in Order Inquiry
    167. Feature - Print One Invoice with Form Selection
    168. Laser Form Templates Are Missing When Printing Duplicate Invoice
    169. Change - Shipping Verification Box Edit Serial Numbers
    170. Feature - Order Edit List with Order Totals Including Back-Ordered Amounts

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