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There is a whole set of parameters to setup with precision to make sure that the incoming/outgoing articles are properly and automatically recorded. Having read almost everything available in books, partner web sites and forums, the question remains open for me. For example my initial physical inventory (imported) is appearing as a loss! Is there a comprehensive (I mean global!) document describing each step that is necessary to setup these parameters, including accounting; and where to find it.
My business context: 2500 articles/ 1 warehouse; no complexity
Same scenario for me, but with the overhead that we have 3 companies, 2 warehouses, 2 shops and several thousands products, and many of them are "kits".
I'm slowly understanding how everything works and how is glued together. I'm using several different resources. Here are some, but for sure you have checked them already:
- Book online from OpenERP: the link points to the chapter
Managing Physical Inventory Structureas starting from here I've managed to understand some of the processes
- The old OpenERP forum: digging through old answers and doing some searches I've found some useful information
- This other site is basically the same as the book online but with some minor changes
- And last but not least,
playingaround with all the available settings and configurations
The main problem I'm struggling with right now is that there is no up to date documentation for OpenERP v7.0 so I spend lot of time just finding the option I need to click and ensuring that I'm on the correct place.
I'm editing to add a comment where I explain what, I believe, is one of the main configurations to take care about when settling up new locations, the
Chained Locations and their
On the first link I provided is well explained how to automatically move your articles between locations, based on how you configure them. You can have a location for each of your suppliers, one for the customers, others for your shops and off course, the warehouse. You can on location form manage the
Chained Locations setup and the
chaining type. These options will allow you, for example, when you create a purchase order from a supplier and receive the order, to automatically add those new products to the inventory (your stock location).
The most straightforward way seems to be to still import it with the products by using the quantity on hand field. (Importing is enabled in the general settings, and found on top as a link in e.g. the list of products) It will generate a lot of inventories, but it should work this way.
Of course, I can certainly advise you the OpenERP Book about Logistics for this.
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