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How can I use the "Manage owner on stock" v8?

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zbik
on 12/1/14, 9:00 AM 2,666 views

I check  "Manage owner on stock" in Settings/Warehouse but not know how to use it.
I set Owner on location but ... no effect. I tried to set the Owner on picking ... quant owner is set, but... how to use?

Do you know any documentation?

I need customer partner locations in first warehouse AAA (customer stock in my company) and my company internal locations outside of second, main warehouse BBB (my stock in supplier).

have you found anything on this?

gunnar
on 3/22/15, 6:35 AM

Thx for all suggestions. I noticed a lot of 'owner' related commits in github, but answer is opened. I want to understand the operation without the support of the OCA modules.

zbik
on 6/9/15, 4:16 PM
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gunnar
On 3/25/15, 6:40 AM

Here is what I have figured out:

"Manager Owner On Stock" functionality does not work with the default Odoo 8.0 installation.

The Solution comes from the Community: 3 OCA Modules need to be installed

  1. https://github.com/OCA/stock-logistics-workflow/tree/8.0/stock_ownership_availability_rules

  2. https://github.com/OCA/stock-logistics-workflow/tree/8.0/stock_ownership_by_move

  3. https://github.com/OCA/sale-workflow/tree/8.0/sale_owner_stock_sourcing


these Steps provide the functionality

  1. Make a PO, confirm

  2. Take the delivery, add the owner A

  3. transfer (add Lot/Serial Number before clicking Transfer button

  4. The related quant will contain the owner A

then ...

  1. Make a SO

  2. Source it from stock, with owner A

  3. The related quants with the proper owner should be reserved.


(thanks to Joel Grand-Guillaume who provided the workflow on the Community mailing list & Leonardo Pistone for writing these Modules)

I find it funny that as a Odoo employee yourself you start your response with "Here is what I have figured out" :) But thank you for the information.

Mathieu Laflamme
on 12/16/15, 5:05 PM

@Mathieu: yes that would be funny indeed. Seems like the forum software does some strange things here which associated my profile with Odoo S.A. (which I am not an employee of as far as I know)

gunnar
on 12/16/15, 10:02 PM
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hgj
On 2/5/15, 2:24 AM

So confused too!

if you are confused follow the steps above. They worked for me.

gunnar
on 12/16/15, 10:03 PM

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