Yes, it is - there are several settings (csv) that can be used. 


Settings for Logistics - Reception

Setting name

Description

Max 1 item per goods reception (SSA)

If this setting is "ON" - Only one item is allowed per goods reception (SSA). Mostly used for companies that are using external software/hardware for warehouse management. e.g. HHT (Handheld devices), Pater Noster etc). If setting is "OFF" - Several items can be added per goods reception. PS!! If a company is using handheld devices to put away goods to stock, this setting MUST be "ON"

Directly prepare Goods Reception (SSA) for put away

If this setting is "ON" - When a document is transported to a goods reception (SSA), the goods reception will automatically be registered to status 2. If the setting is "OFF" - goods reception will be be created in status 1, and must be handled manually from there. In addition the setting 'Max 1 item per goods reception (SSA)' must be "ON".

Register goods reception (SSA) directly to stock

If this setting is 'ON' - When a purchase order (SPO) or purchase order response (SOA) item is transported to a goods reception (SSA), you may choose to automatically register the goods reception to stock (status 3 or 9 depending on document type) If the setting is 'OFF' - goods reception will remain in status 1 or 2, depending on if setting 'Directly prepare goods reception (SSA)for put away' is 'OFF' or 'ON'. The settings 'Max 1 item per goods reception (SSA)' and 'Directly prepare goods reception (SSA) for put away" must anyway also be switched 'ON' to get this option.

 

Nb! If the settings to automatically register an SSA to a status 2 or higher, there are some validations that are done that can give error messages if not correctly defined. 


As one example: If the product is flagged with: Require serial number at goods reception' and the system does not find a serial number registered, an error message will be given and it will have to be dealt with manually.