The Receiving Report provides information about non-sale events that affect your inventory stock-on-hand (SOH), such as EDI and manual receiving. When you run the report, you can choose which non-sale events to include (see table below). By default, the Receiving Report only shows information about items on received purchase orders. 

How to create the Receiving Report

  1. In Paladin, on the top ribbon, select the Reports module.
  2. In the Report Area pane, click Inventory, and then click History.
  3. In the Report List pane, click Receiving Report.
  4. In the Choose Report pane, click F12 Next.
  5. In the Received Report window, in the Report Settings pane, specify the item and date criteria for the purchase orders and purchase order items that you want to include in the report.  
  6. In the Additional Settings pane, select each non-sale event that you want to include. Each event may affect stock on hand (SOH).

    Note: The Beginning date for the Search Between period must be no more than 7 days prior to the current date.

    Example:  If you select the Include Voids checkbox, items on voided transactions will be included in the report, because they have been “received” back into inventory.

  7.  Click F12 Run Report. A .pdf file appears for you to print/save.

Non-sale event

What’s included

Include Purchase Order?

Received purchase orders

Include EDI?

EDI processing that received items

Include On Hold/Special Order?

On-hold and special order items

Include Importer?

Imported invoices

Include Manual Receiving?

Manually received purchase orders

Include Voids?

Voided transactions

Include Freight?

Freight costs added to the purchase order

Include Deleted Items?

Deleted items


  • If you select all of these events, the report results will match the General Ledger (GL) summary data that is available from the Paladin Data Viewer.
  • If you are using the QuickBooks integration to create vendor bills from received purchase orders, the Receiving Report totals will not match the GL summary. This happens because purchase orders are excluded from the GL Summary to prevent them from being counted twice in QuickBooks.

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Printed on: 6/29/22