I have performed an OE import successfully in most of the cases. However, I have encountered the captioned error for some items at zero stock level at the moment which could be imported as OE successfully for one OE, but not the others at different location.
E.g. (item A at all locations QOH = 0)
Order 1 item A Location XYZ QTY 1 => Imported processed
Order 2 item A Location TUV QTY 3 => Stop import and promoted and error "Invalid input. Negative inventory levels are not allowed for item A at location TUV."
Would you address the issue? Thank you.
I know this is an old issue, but I've been chasing it down for a client. Sage support says, if Allow Negative Inventory is not enabled, you will not be able to enter an order for which you do not have quantity available, even if you set Quantity Committed to 0. (I encountered this behavior, and called support for clarification).
personally, I think that behavior is whacked. entering an order is not creating a transaction that reduces quantity to below 0. Shipping the order would...
yeah, it's wrong. we have ours set to not allow negative inventory. Someone is telling you something wrong, or the client is doing something wrong such as not including the "committed" column on an upload in which case they can't specify a zero. so make sure the column is on there.
They could also try changing their defaults in OE Options to NOT default the QTY Commited. It would force them to have to manually commit everything though which sucks, but might be an option