Dampener Quantity

On the Item Card, there is a field called Dampener Quantity. What is that field and how to use it ? Microsoft Help describes it as a field to block insignificant change suggestions for an existing supply, if the change quantity is lower than the dampener quantity.

The Dampener Quantity is used in relation to Requisition Worksheet or Planning Worksheet. BC is designed with the concept of…

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Dampener Quantity

On the Item Card, there is a field called Dampener Quantity. What is that field and how to use it ? Microsoft Help describes it as a field to block insignificant change suggestions for an existing supply, if the change quantity is lower than the dampener quantity.

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Teddy
Experienced NZ-based NAV Developer and Consultant with 10+ years of experience leading multiple IT projects, performing business analyst, developing, implementing, and upgrading Dynamics NAV and Business Central.
I have led multiple Dynamics NAV and Business Central projects for businesses in Asia, such as Japan, Singapore, and Indonesia, and currently in both Australia and New Zealand.
I am passionate to deliver solution that focuses on user-friendly interface while keeping high standard of compliance with the needs. I believe in adding value to people’s lives and try to leave people better than when I first met them.

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Experienced NZ-based NAV Developer and Consultant with 10+ years of experience leading multiple IT projects, performing business analyst, developing, implementing, and upgrading Dynamics NAV and Business Central. I have led multiple Dynamics NAV and Business Central projects for businesses in Asia, such as Japan, Singapore, and Indonesia, and currently in both Australia and New Zealand. I am passionate to deliver solution that focuses on user-friendly interface while keeping high standard of compliance with the needs. I believe in adding value to people’s lives and try to leave people better than when I first met them.

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