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Create purchase requisition using x++

A purchase requisition is an internal document that authorizes the Purchasing department to buy items or services. If you want to create purchase requisition using x++ in D365FO and AX 2012, you are at the right place.

In my this article, I will show you how to create Purchase requisition using programming language i.e. X++. See the steps below:

  • Create a runnable job in D365FO named as CreatePurchaseRequisition
  • Copy and paste the below code in your job
class CreatePurchaseRequisition
    public static void main(Args _args)
        PurchReqTable   purchReqTable;
        PurchReqLine    purchReqLine;
        //Purchase requisition header          
        purchReqTable.PurchReqId    =  NumberSeq::newGetNum(PurchReqTable::numRefPurchReqId()).num();
        purchReqTable.PurchReqName  = 'PR from X++ Job';
        //Purchase requisition lines
        purchReqLine.ItemId              = "PRD000711"; //Replace ItemId according to your system's data
        purchReqLine.BuyingLegalEntity   = CompanyInfo::find().RecId;
        purchReqLine.InventDimIdDataArea = curext();
        purchReqLine.PurchQty            = 2;

        info(strFmt("Purchase requisition '%1' created successfully",purchReqTable.PurchReqId));

  • Modify the code according to your system’s data. You can see comments in the code.
  • Execute the job
  • Job will generate the Purchase requisition
  • A message will be displayed with Purchase requisition number
  • Go to Procurement & Sourcing -> All Purchase requisitions -> All purchase requisition
  • Find out your newly created Purchase requisition

Above code is just an example to show you how can purchase requisition be created. You can use this code according to your requirements. So, in this way you can use create purchase requisition using X++ D365FO.

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