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Purchase Orders in Bulk: Import

Purchase Orders in Bulk

Now, seller can create purchase orders in bulk through Import. The seller can enter multiple Purchase Orders against the Vendor.

Applicability

Version: Enterprise
Traceability: None and ITEM

Procedure

Path: Main Menu (Tools) > Import > Select import as “Purchase Orders”

1- To use, select Create & Update Existing from the Import Option.

 

2- Download the CSV format and fill in the details.

 

 

Field Name (M: Mandatory)

Description/Notes

Vendor Code (M)

Vendor Code.

Agreement Name

Vendor Agreement Name.

Agreement Start Time As
Dd/Mm/Yyyy Hh:mm:ss

Agreement Start Time As Dd/Mm/Yyyy Hh:mm:ss

Agreement End Time As
Dd/Mm/Yyyy Hh:mm:ss

Agreement End Time As Dd/Mm/Yyyy Hh:mm:ss

Agreement Text

Agreement Text.

Product Code (M)

Product Code, uniware SKU.

Quantity (M)

Quantity of SKU.

Unit Price

Unit Price of SKU.

Discount

Discount on SKU.

Logistic Charges

Logistic Charges on purchase order.

Expiry Date As Dd/MM/Yyyy (M)

Expiry Date As DD/MM/YYYY

Delivery Date As Dd/MM/Yyyy (M)

Delivery Date As DD/MM/YYYY

Purchase Order Code (M)

Purchase Order Code

Currency Code

Currency Code.

  • My default, this would be INR.

 

3– Save the sheet in default CSV format then Select the option “Choose File” and upload the sheet and press the “Upload File” button.

 

4– Once the upload has been successful, you can review the uploaded sheet. Right at the top of the screen is the import section where the user can see the success message.
When uploading data fails, you can check it from View import and repeat the task.

 

 

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