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RE: Seeking a resolution to prevent work orders from getting stuck in WMATL status when materials, ordered using the Plans Materials Tab, are "Partially Received".

Carl, You should be able to go to the Purchase Order and mark the receipts as being complete manually. In your example, you receive 19.3 ft and I'm assuming that you're not expecting more. From the More Actions menu, there is a Complete Receipts option. This will mark the Purchase Order as fully...



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Seeking a resolution to prevent work orders from getting stuck in WMATL status when materials, ordered using the Plans Materials Tab, are "Partially Received".

Hello, We are seeking some suggestions or ideas to make certain there are not any Maximo configuration changes that can be made to prevent the Subject condition (problem statement below) from occurring. We are at a point where we think the behavior described below in the Problem Statement is...


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RE: Purchase Orders and Purchase Contracts

Thank you for the great information. So, best practice is that if you need to revise a Contract then you will need to create a new PO off of that Contract. That makes sense. -- Adam Ames Kwik Trip, Inc. --


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RE: Purchase Orders and Purchase Contracts

It is possible to revise, but it's restricted as it definitely isn't always the best practice. Essentially, when you revise you are stuck on the same revision of the contract. So if you increased the amount of the contract for example, you wouldn't be able to use those additional funds on the...



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Purchase Orders and Purchase Contracts

I am wondering what the best practice is when you have to revise a Purchase Contract that already has a release PO against it. In testing, it appears you cannot revise a PO if you have already revised the associated Contract that is tied to the PO. Is it best to create a new PO against the...