Accroding to https://doc.openerp.com/7.0/book/5/5_14_Stock/5_14_Stock_inv/#reordering-rules (OpenErp Warehouse Guide)
which say that the system will automatically propose a procurement ,
I hope that there will be a program which show procurement(s) that is generated automatically.
But I don't know where I should see.
I created product named "Google Glass".
Procurement method = Make to Stock
Supply Method = Buy
Minimum Quantity = 5
Maximum Quantity = 25
Multiple Qty = 1
Quantity On Hand = 0
Incoming = 0
Outgoing = 0
Forecasted Quantity = 0
Then I run scheduler by setting auto orderpoint.
Could anyone give me suggestion what I should try else to see procurement(s) which is generated automatically when stock balance is less than what is imposed in reorder rule.
You can see the automated created procurement under the "procurement exception" menu. Now running the scheduler and scheduler with order point both are different things let me try to explain here. When you run the scheduler then it will run your all minimum stock rule(order point). Scheduler with automatic orderpoint : It will run your all minimum stock rule(order point) as well as set all products virtual stock will be 0.0 (either it is make to order or make to stock also doesn't matter minimum order rule is there or not ).
Here you are defined the minimum order point that means you don't have to run Scheduler with automatic orderpoint. Just run the scheduler, It will run your created procurement and you can able to see the purchase order/ manufacturing order based on your supply method.
About the minimum order point. We can defined the location on minimum stock rule, when you run the scheduler, it will compare the minimum qty with available qty for that defined location. If location stock goes below the minimum qty of the order point . Then it will created the procurement for maximum qty with assigned multiplication.
For product configuration you can go at : http://amit-parik.blogspot.in/ I have given the procurement scheduler explanation on launchpad, you can also see https://answers.launchpad.net/openobject-addons/+question/230891.
Thanks hope this helps.
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