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CounterPoint SQL V8.3.5 Release Notes

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If you chose the Receive without a transfer option, CounterPoint creates a new transfer-in document, and then creates a transfer-in line for each item in the import file, as follows:

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If a single item number appears on multiple rows in the import file, those quantities are consolidated into a single line on the transfer-in document.

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If a row in the import file references a cell-specific barcode, CounterPoint creates a transfer-in transaction for that cell of the corresponding gridded item. If multiple cell- specific barcodes for a single gridded item appear in the import file, those quantities are consolidated into a single line on the transfer-in document.

NOTE:

To import transactions for gridded items, you must use cell-specific barcodes in the import file. If a row in the import file references the primary item number for a gridded item, it will not be imported and an error will be logged for that row.

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If a row in the import file references a unit-specific barcode, the resulting transfer-in transaction is created in the corresponding unit. Otherwise, each transfer-in line is created in the stocking unit for the item.

A progress indicator keeps you apprised of the status of the import process. When the import is finished, a log of the results appears. This log indicates the number of lines and the quantity of items that were imported and details any errors that occurred. By default, this log is saved in the \Import subdirectory of your company directory with the same name as the import file (e.g., C:\CounterPoint\MyCompany\Import\TransferOut.log).

When you close the import log window, the newly-created transfer-in document appears in the Transfer In Enter window, allowing you to review and modify the lines that were created from the import file.

You must save the transfer-in document to complete the import process.

If you selected the Prompt to delete file after import check box on the Advanced tab of the Import Transfer In dialog, the following message appears when you save the transfer-in document, prompting you to confirm that you want to delete the import file.

Click Yes to delete the import file or No to retain it.

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