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Changing Cost Center on Closed Requisition
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05/31/2017 7:44 AM
    We have requests from time to time to change the cost center that an end user used for a requisition that has been received in or picked by our warehouse.  Is there a best practice someone could share on how to do this for both stock requisitions and non-stock requisitions?
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    05/31/2017 7:58 AM
    You can't change the GL information on a closed or processed requisition and even if it was possible it wouldn't affect anything.

    If the req line is nonstock and has been converted to a PO line and the line hasn't been invoiced you can change the GL info on the PO line. If the line has been invoiced then I believe AP would have to make an adjustment or Finance would have to make a journal entry to correct.

    If the req line is stock then use IC21 or IC24 to credit the incorrect accounting unit/account and charge the correct one.
    Jon Athey - Supply Chain Analyst - Materials Management - MidMichigan Health
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    05/31/2017 9:26 AM
    Hi Neil - I recently opened an incident with Infor on an average cost mess with a stock item & they advised using RQ35 to negate a requisition line in need of correction. I found it to be very useful. It will even give you a document number that takes the requisition number & adds 001 to the end. Once that's done, then go to IC21 or IC24 to charge the correct one as JonA advises. Just another option.
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    05/31/2017 9:35 AM

    Keep in mind that when using RQ35 req return it will put the inventory back in the bin it was originally pulled from on the requisition.  Not typically a problem, unless you have frequent bin changes or are processing a return from months ago.  

    Stephanie Kowal | skowal@rpic.com
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    05/31/2017 10:46 AM
    Good to know Stephanie! I hadn't thought of that.
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