# RMA Receipt Traveler (RMAREC.R1)
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The RMAREC.R1 procedure is used to create RMA receipt travelers. Receipt travelers are used as a means of identifying materials as the are moved through the receiving cycle. An individual page is created for each line item received. The intent is that at least one copy for each item would accompany the materials through the process. Other copies may be sent to other departments such as Accounts Receivable if desired.
Frequency of Use
As receipts are entered into the system or as required.
RMA Number The number of the RMA against which the receipt was made.
Receipt Number A sequential number assigned from the RMA record to identify the receipt. The full receipt ID is made up of the RMA Number followed by a dash (-), followed by a sequential number.
Receipt Date The date the receipt was made as entered in the RMAREC.E or RMAREC.E2 procedure.
Customer No The number of the customer on the RMA.
Customer Name The name of the RMA customer.
Contact The name of the contact as entered on the RMA.
Item Number The line item number on the RMA for the item received.
Part Number The internal number of the part received.
Description The multi-line description of the item received.
Return Loc The inventory location into which the items were received.
Work Order The work order, if any, created for the item.
Quantity The quantity of the items received.
Lot Number The lot number if any assigned to the items received.
Bin Number If the location the items were returned to is bin controlled this shows the bin number the items went into.
Serial No The serial numbers, if any, associated with the items received.
Problem Notes describing the problem reported and/or found with the items.
Corrective Action Notes defining the corrective action taken to correct problems.
Failure Date The date on which the items failed.
Date Shipped The date on which the items were originally shipped.
Code Shows each of the failure codes applicable to the items on the receipt.
Description The description of each corresponding code.
Count The number of items that exhibited the problem defined by the associated code.