Was this page helpful?
Thank you!

Comments or suggestions?

Enter Email Address (optional)

Pending build

In QuickBooks, a pending build is an inventory assembly build transaction that could not be marked as final because there were not enough component parts in inventory to build the specified number of assemblies at build time. When a build is pending, "Pending" appears in the Build Assemblies window to remind you the build has not been finalized.

In addition, you can manually mark a build as pending even if you currently have enough components in stock to build the specified quantity. This enables you to set up build information but postpone building the assembly until later.

Why mark a build as pending?

"Ways to use a pending build" goes here

You can use any version of QuickBooks to view, edit, sell, and report on existing assembly items but you must have a QuickBooks Premier or Enterprise Solutions edition to create and build inventory assembly items. Learn how to upgrade your version of QuickBooks.

Important: Finalized builds change to pending when the quantity of at least one component drops below the quantity needed to build the specified number of assemblies on the build transaction date.

This means that if you ever need to change past inventory quantities or the dates of purchase orders, invoices, or sales receipts so that—to QuickBooks—already-built assemblies no longer have enough components, such assembly builds would change from finalized to pending.

You can use the Pending Builds Report to see a list of all builds that are currently pending.

11/22/2017 4:56:53 AM
PPRDQSSWS802 9142 Pro 2018 eebc0c