When I run schedulers or reordering rules I get the same result : MO and PO (if it's necessary). So my question is which differences there are between both?
I seen that the first one work with the object named "procurement.order.compute.all" and the second one "procurement.orderpoint.compute".
Some people know something? Thanks for your support!
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