How to cancel deliver remainder in Ax 2012 5

To cancel PO deliver remainder, refer the following steps;

Create a new PO with quantity 10

Confirm PO

Post the packing slip with 8 quantity

To cancel the deliver remainder of 2 quantity, navigate to menu button General -> Line quantity -> Update Line -> Deliver remainder

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In the deliver remainder form, you can mention the quantity which to be cancelled. In our case we assume 2. Click on ‘Cancel quantity’ button,

Update remaining qty






To confirm if pending quantity is successfully cancelled, navigate back to ‘Line quantity’ menu button and check ‘Deliver Remainder’ field;

Update deliver remainder








Deliver remainder field is blank i.e. no quantity is pending to deliver.

There is another way also to cancel deliver remainder. Refer the following post for the same;


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5 thoughts on “How to cancel deliver remainder in Ax 2012

  • Swapnil Kulkarni

    If you ordered 100 items from the vendor; but you received only 95 items. You have set 5% tolerance.
    You went ahead and paid your vendor in full 100 item. That’s mean you over-paid your vendor 5 items.
    From you experience, how did your client handle the differences between financial inventory and physical inventory. How did they track the remaining 5 items that have not been received? Is there a report for it?

    • Vivek

      Dear Swapnil,
      I couldn’t get your query why you went ahead and paid for 100 quantity to the supplier.
      After recv. the 95 quantity, first you will do the invoicing and then the payment. Ax doesn’t allow to invoice quantity more than you recvd. So in case of you recvd. 95 quantity (allowing 5% tolerance), supplier will be invoiced only for 95 quantity and not 100.
      In such case, there will never be variance between physical and financial inventory.