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how can i manage open order in openerp v7

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JURINE sarl
on 1/10/14, 3:10 AM 537 views

Hi all i need help, i'm a new user of openerp V7 i need to manage open order, customers send 1 order and i must deliver products based on this order.

actually if i use the normal procedure, openerp take take all the products on the main order, without secheduled delivery. example: customer order on the 02/01/2014 500 item A, he need in delivery 20 item in january, 50 in march...

thanks in advance for your help

best whishes for 2014

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JURINE sarl
On 1/10/14, 9:36 AM

thanks for your reply the problem is when i create the main order, it put in demand for the total of the order, whatever the scheduled date. so if the main order of my customer is planned along the year, i can't sell the same product to another customer untill the whole manufacturing is done.

so the stock is too hight !

regards didier

Try this app https://www.openerp.com/apps/7.0/delivery_plan/. The description seems to fit your needs

guido
on 1/10/14, 10:00 AM
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guido
On 1/10/14, 3:53 AM

You can create a stock location for you customer an sell the products out of this stock. You have 500 pieces of "whatever" in stock "name of the customer". You can create it as a view or a real location as it fits to your needs.

Thanks for your reply

JURINE sarl
on 1/10/14, 9:30 AM

thanks for your reply the problem is when i create the main order, it put in demand for the total of the order, whatever the scheduled date. so if the main order of my customer is planned along the year, i can't sell the same product to another customer untill the whole manufacturing is done.

so the stock is too hight !

regards didier

JURINE sarl
on 1/10/14, 9:36 AM

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