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Viewing the Order Que

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Use the View Order Que button on the bottom of the Parts Queries screen to display a list of the active and processed order ques. The top part of the screen lists the processed orders (orders pulled to a resupply list and orders stocked into inventory), and the bottom of the screen lists the active orders (orders added to the order que that still need to be added to a resupply list).

To access the View Order Que screen, follow these steps:

Step 1. Click Queries on the Parts Inventory menu. The Parts Queries screen opens.

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Step 2. Click the View Order Que button. The View Order Que screen opens.

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Understanding the Order Status

The Status column in the Processed Order Que section identifies the order status. The status changes as the order moves through the order process. There are five possible status options:

  • Order: On order parts have been ordered but not receipted into stock. This status also appears as O when viewing the Order Que in various areas of the Parts module.
  • Stocked In: The order has been receipted into inventory but not delivered to the customer. This status also appears as I when viewing the Order Que in various areas of the Parts module.
  • Sold: The order has been pulled to a counter slip or repair order and, therefore, delivered to the customer. This status also appears as S when viewing the Order Que in various areas of the Parts module.
  • Partial: The full order quantity has not been received. Once the complete order is receipted into inventory, the status will change to Stocked In. This status also appears as * when viewing the Order Que in various areas of the Parts module.
  • Pulled: The order has been pre-paid, ordered, receipted, and delivered to the customer. Pulled Orders will clear from Order Que after the parts update to Accounting. This status also appears as P when viewing the Order Que in various areas of the Parts module.
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