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Baan: BaaN IVc4, V, LN6.1 - DB: SQL, Oracle - OS: Window Server 2000/2002
Question Gen Cycle Count prints stock points with 0 on hand
Baan: iBaanERP 5.2a

When creating cycle count for all on hand stock the system is creating lines for stock point = 0.
Inventory Handling Parameter whinh0100m000 setting for Force Cycle Count has both the following fields de-selected: On New Stock Point & If Inventory Zero. When creating the cycle count order whinh5200m000 selecting Force Cycle Count so everything with on hand quantities is selected regardless of last count date.
What setting do I need to change so there are no lines created for items which has 0 on hand?

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