The information here describes how you can see if an Omni Price Contract ID for a line item on a Sales Transaction was overridden.


Here are the steps to follow: 

Option 1: Pricing Transaction Inquiry

  1. Go to Inquiry | Omni Price | Pricing Transactions.
  2. In the Pricing Transaction Inquiry window:
  3. Select to include Open or History Contract information
    • Enter a Range if needed.
    • Enter a Secondary Date Range if needed.
  4. In the Override field, you will see Yes for any Contracts you have Overridden.

Option 2: SmartList Report

  1. Go to Microsoft Dynamics GP | SmartList.
  2. Click New.
  3. Enter a List Name. In this example, I entered Sales Trx.
  4. Select Omni Price for the Product.
  5. In the Database View section, expand Omni Price | Tables | 3rd Party | Pricing Transaction Line.
  6. Add the columns you would like to report on. In this example, I added the following columns in the order listed:
    • WDC Transaction Number
    • Customer Number
    • Item Number
    • QTY
    • RSOP Contract Override (Yes/No)
    • RSOP Original OP Unit Price (Unit Price from the original defaulted Contract ID)
    • RSOP Original Contract ID
    • Extended Price (Unit Price from the override Contract ID)
    • WDC Contract ID (Override Contract ID)
    • Salesperson ID
    • Date
  7. Click OK.
  8. If you would like to add a Search criteria, click Search. In this example, I entered a Search criteria to only show the records where the RSOP Contract Override is equal to Yes.
  9. If you would like to create a favorite with the Search criteria you entered, click Favorites. Enter a Name and then click Add | Add Favorite.

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