Troubleshooting: Save Invoice Error - Arithmetic overflow error converting numeric to data type numeric

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Question : When I try to save a new Invoice, system prompts an error message "Unknown Sql Exception (Number=8115.Message=Arithmetic overflow error converting numeric to data type numeric. The statement has been terminated)”. What should I do?

Version : 1.8 / 1.9 / 2.0

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Possible Reason :

Some data not able to update to SQL table when saving this transaction.

Solution :

1) Click on Show Details to check the error, it’s regarding the UTDCosting Table.

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2) Go to Stock > Item Maintenance, to view the item ‘TEST’. The unit cost at Up To Date Cost is showing an unusually huge amount.

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3) Inquiry the Stock Card report for this item. The Balance Cost and Average Balance Cost also showing unusually huge amount. It seems like something is wrong in the costing.

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4) Do a backup and run Recalculate Stock Costing for this item at Tools > Recalculate Stock Costing.

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5) After finished the recalculate, go back to stock card report to inquiry again. Now the cost is updated and looks normal.

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6) Then, try to save the Invoice, and it works fine.

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By : Azirah 180921, Lay Swan 180926, P180928

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