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SQL Scripts – Purchase Order Line Item Discrepancy

May 19, 2010

The following script will compare all open purchase order line item pricing with the standard cost of the item on the Item Card in GP .  This is useful to monitor if people are purchasing inventory for more than what you are selling it for.

For example: I have a widget setup with a cost of $100.00 and I am selling it based on the cost of $100.00 but my purchasing agent has just purchased 10 more widgets for $110.00, this will show you that you have a pricing discrepancy.

I have this script setup as an alert so that I am notified when this happens instantly. 

The script does not use any special views like most of my scripts do. I wrote this one a while ago, which is also the reason for the weird looking joins.  The syntax is correct but a different way than I write queries now.

***SQL Script***

select  a.ponumber,
        c.postatus,
        a.qtyorder,
        a.itemnmbr,
        a.itemdesc,
        a.locncode,
        a.vendorid,
        c.vendname,
        a.unitcost,
        b.stndcost,
        b.currcost,
        c.user2ent,
        c.buyerid,
        c.docdate
from    ( select * from pop10110 ) A
left join ( select * from iv00101 ) B on a.itemnmbr = b.itemnmbr
left join ( select * from pop10100 ) C on a.ponumber = c.ponumber
where   ( ( a.unitcost > b.stndcost )
        or ( a.unitcost = 0 ) )
        and ( a.ponumber IN (
        select  ponumber
        from    pop10100
        where   (/*canceled, closed, or new*/ postatus <> ‘5’
                and postatus <> ‘6’
                and postatus <> ‘1’ ) ) )
        and a.itemnmbr not like ‘*%’
order by c.buyerid,
        c.user2ent,
        c.docdate,
        a.ponumber asc

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