Updating a CW quantity less than nominal quantity of the received goods in purchase order where both PO unit and CW units are same, is not getting updated and invoicing the actual received qty.

For ex: (This is Just an example to clarify the situation here)
Lets say a company A registers a box of apple as CW item with pcs as CW unit and Box as PO&SO units. 1 box = 10 pcs is unit conversion. Now lets say vendor is selling apple at 10 kg boxes with each of 10$. Now I order 10 boxes of apple and received the same. So the invoice is supposed to be 100$ to the vendor.

Unpacking and updating the inventory by pieces. In total received 70 pcs. As per the vendor he sent 10 box (70 pcs) of apple weighs 100 kg in total. Now my D365 system invoices only 70$ for 7 boxes i.e 70/10 = 7 Boxes and not 100$ for 10 boxes which is the actual cost supposed to pay to the vendor.

Because of current design, the invoice is not generating for the no.of CW units sent by the vendor instead CW unit conversion reduces the count and invoicing the same. This needs to be improved for handling above scenarios.
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Thank you for your feedback. Currently this is not in our roadmap; however, we are tracking it and if we get more feedback and votes, we may consider it in the future.