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When i am trying to set up AP, in the inventory responsibility, in inventory org when I want to set the parameters it is giving a message : no organizations are currently defined, what should I do to rectify the error.
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First setup the organization by going into the setup menus before you start doing other fucntional stuff. Infact WIP, BOM etc will not work if the organization is not defined/setup.

Just look for the help in the documentation by searching "organization" and it has a clear information with screenshots on how to do that organization setup.

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