If you are adding the ALM products to inventory it's important that you don't use the maps that extract the quantity as decimals.
So you understand the difference I have attached 2 numbered screenshots;
Number 1 screenshot shows you the correct way. You can see on the 1st line the qty on the invoice is showing as 2 and the pack qty is 24 and our map calculates the qty as 48 (2 cartons with 24 bottles in each carton = 48)
Then on the 3rd line the qty on the invoice is showing as .4 and the pack qty is 12 and our map calculates the qty as 4 (4 bottles from a carton that contains 12 bottles in each carton)
Number 2 screenshot shows you how it is extracting directly as a decimal as the invoice shows. You cannot use the maps that do this if you want the correct quantities.
It cannot be extracted as .4 because this actually means it is 4/10 which is not correct because ALM is not providing the .4 as a fraction or decimal, because as a fraction of the carton this would mean 4.8 bottles.
What ALM are saying is they are providing you with 4 bottles only, from a case that would contain 12.
If you are uncertain which maps to choose from please feel free to call us.
FYI: When your bills have doubled up lines for free products like the yellow highlighted lines in the image below, you will need to edit them slightly so you have the correct quantities to send to your inventory system. Click here to see how exactly how to do this.
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If you need to map ALM credit notes click here for instructions.
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