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Thought I wanted multiple warehouses. Now I think at the moment it is just too complex for our small operation. Better to not confuse the process with multiple locations until we are more proficient with Odoo.
Thought I would reach out here, to see if anyone wanted to lay out a quick step by step guide to move all inventory counts back to one Warehouse (WH/Stock), and then completely remove, or deactivate the old warehouse.
I imagine it is something like so, but hoping some of the more experienced users can fill in any missing blanks for us:
Report on all inventory currently listed in the (TOBEREMOVED/Stock) location
Zero out all that inventory.
Add in those quantities back to (WH/Stock)
Delete all routes/methods referencing (TOBEROMOVED) warehouse
Delete (TOBEREMOVED) warehouse
Does the above process describe a safe method to get back to only one warehouse? I know Odoo can be tricky and sometimes lets you delete things despite their existence still being relied upon somewhere in the system.
Thanks for any and all help.
I had somehow a similar problem, in my case the transaction (purchase and Delivery) were performed in different warehouse location, so what I did is I play around with query and change those source and destination warehouse location for all stock move with query and deleted the other location then uncheck multi warehouse option.
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