When setting up return reason codes, it is possible to map a default location, which is very useful.

There is also the possibility to tick a Boolean "Inventory Value Zero' against a return reason code.

This Boolean does nothing, when it should allow to bring stock back, with no inventory cost transactions recorded.
This way, a return reason code of 'damaged' could be used to bring stock back , but not reverse the CoS of the product.

In some cases, this would be a really useful feature, and it's frustrating that the feature appears to be present, but does nothing at all.
Category: Inventory
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Thank you for this suggestion! Currently this is not on our roadmap. We are tracking this idea and if it gathers more votes and comments we will consider it in the future.

Best regards,
Business Central Team



We have only just recently moved across to the system and I am utterly bewildered this is not already a feature.The fact that its not already on the road map and requires votes I also don't understand.As far as I an tell without this feature there is no good way of processing a credit/adj note for faulty stock sold to a customer without having to implement some sort of elaborate work around.. How does any business that deals with multiple stock items, deal with this now?

Category: Inventory