Doubled Amounts in Saved Search

I have been working on a saved search to display a listing of items (Inventory, Assembly, Kit/Package) that have sold/been fulfilled over the last 12 months at one location.

Specifically looking for the Item, Reorder Point, # of Fulfillments (12 mon), # Items Fulfilled (12 mon), #Items Fulfilled (over each mon), among other things. Using resources from classes, found online, etc. I have built the search. My criteria and results fields are shown on the attached images.

Am using Main Line either, as True or False both seem to remove items and change counts.

I am summarizing the results; although if there is a way to simplify it (e.g. via the use of SUM or COUNT type formulas) vs having to summarize the details down, that would be great too. I am grouping by item, counting the fulfillment records, and summing the item amounts for the year and months.

I am facing some problems. First, I am finding that some items are showing double the amounts on the Summary, as compared to the Detail of the item. Some items are not being doubled though. In a check of a few items, I see that 3 items being doubled are Inventory Items, measured in “each” and I see 3 items – a Kit/Package, an Assembly (“each”) and an Inventory Item (“yard”) not being doubled.

Second, we want to look at the reorder point too, but the number the system is displaying is double what it is set to for the location. I think the system is adding up the reorder points for two locations. I’m currently “fixing” this by dividing the RO by 2. And I’ve tried all location changes to criteria I can think of to fix.

I’ve tried every avenue I can think of or find online (have spent many hours thus far searching/trying) thus far to resolve the issues. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I’m only a month with this company and in using NetSuite, and my tasks revolve around these searches to help the business. So I still have lots to learn and refine. Thanks.

Doubled Amounts in Saved Search

Doubled Amounts in Saved Search

Doubled Amounts in Saved Search

Rookie Asked on September 24, 2021 in Saved Searches.
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Hi,

Firstly, thank you for the detailed question and screenshots – a lot of the time on here we don’t get much more than the title question!

I suspect that the issue here comes down to the number of lines that underpin a IF.

This can vary based on account setting so could you please share a couple of GL Impacts and also show us how these are appearing in the Saved Search results?

I’m confident that it’ll be just a case of adding some further criteria but it can be difficult to determine exactly what!

Thanks,

Chris

Intermediate Answered on September 25, 2021.
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Hi Chris. Thanks for taking a look. I realize it’s hard to assess an issue, especially on something like this, w/out detail and information.

First, to be clear on my goal. It is to have a search listing of items with Name, RO Point, and some other info, but having something like what you get under Item 360/Historical Item Sales for the item as well. I originally was using Sale Orders, but changed to Item Fulfillments as the base, being that we having inventory items that are not sold individually, but are sold in groups as a Kit, or used in Assemblies that are then sold. As they all have fulfillments, that then made sense. There may be a far simpler approach than what I am doing currently, and that would be great.

In looking further based on your comment, I found this (http://www.netsuiterp.com/2019/01/items-on-item-fulfillment-saved-search.html) and tried it, but it does not work as the lines don’t always line up to the 0, 3, 6, 9 etc. as they say.

I added the Line ID to the search and will share a summary view and detail view for an item below. For the majority of IFs for Inventory Items and Assemblies there are three entries for each IF – 2 positive values, 1 negative.  A core item used in an Assembly has 1 positive, 2 negative. And a Kit item just has 1 positive.

But…. here’s a kicker while I was making images for reference as you requested, I noticed something. And it is when the doubling occurs.

If I go to an item using the upper right hand drop down, the results do not look to be doubled in the Grouped/Summary of the items. To make things easier to use, I have a filter for Item and have been using that to go to items my boss was pointing out that he was looking at. If I filter by item the resulting Grouped/Summary numbers (the SUM’d values) are then doubled, with the exception of Assembly and Kit Groups; only Inventory Items. Strange, although I believe I saw the same thing occurring when filtering items by Vendor also. Pics below for reference. Thanks and appreciate finding this group and any help it will provide moving forward!

Item 1 – Non-Filtered Summary, Filtered Summary, Detail

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Item 2 – Non-Filtered Summary, Filtered Summary, Detail

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Rookie Answered on September 25, 2021.
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Ah, I seem to have a feeling I’ve been here before with IFs and Kits, etc.

Could you share a GL Impact for each of these please?

Also, does the 0, 3, 6, 9 line up for one type but not the other?

Thanks,

Chris

Intermediate Answered on September 27, 2021.
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Hi Chris. Thanks for your follow up. Been swamped here, so haven’t had a chance to really delve back in. Admittedly I am only limitedly aware of the “GL impact” from finding the formula link article above. Not sure if I even can see any of that in my present roles. And I’m not sure on the line up of the 0, 3, 6 etc intervals. I wasn’t thinking it did on one I was looking at, but that could be from the Sale Order that generated the IF having multiple item types on it – Inventory Items, Item Groups, Kits, and Assembly Items.

I will have to do a bit more investigating on both.

I’m happy enough that the list is presently usable and correct, with the spot checking of items I did over the weekend, albeit without the ability to easily filter it down. Filters doubling amounts has to be a bug; just doesn’t make sense otherwise. I’ve shared that issue with Netsuite support, so will see if they come back saying it’s standard OP.

Will follow up once I’ve been able to dig further. Til then, I again appreciate your time!! Thanks.

Rookie Answered on September 29, 2021.
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