How to report on purchase products

by | Apr 25, 2013 | JobTracker Tips

Sometimes you want to figure out which purchase orders have which products on them. Here’s how to make a report to find a specific product.

This report is useful if you’re trying to delete a purchase product, but 99% of the time, we recommend Inactivating the product instead of Deleting it.

Inactivating gives you all of the benefits of deleting – except you won’t lose any historical data about the products you ordered or kept in inventory. You’ll only see the inactive products on the administration pages for purchase products and costs.

The 1% of the time where it’s okay to delete a purchase product is if you created something as a test. If you need more example reports, check out our help.

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