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How can OpenErp remember locations when doing Internal Moves?

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Alex Leite
on 5/13/13, 12:16 PM 1,685 views

Hi. My company makes internal moves for only one destination location per document. It´s annoying having to choose the location for every line of the internal movement. I would like to know if it's possible to remeber, for the subsequent move lines, the location chosen for the first movement line.

Thanks

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Borni DHIFI

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Borni DHIFI
On 5/13/13, 12:46 PM

Hi,

a destination location is required for each line.

but you can create a module to add a field location_dest_id in Internal Moves stock.picking. and when you confirm the Internal Move update location destination in all lines to location_dest_id for this Internal Move .

see if this module can help you : Wizard for creating internal stock movements

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Grover Menacho

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Grover Menacho
On 7/21/14, 3:29 PM

You can create your own modules, on V7 there is a hidden field named location_id and location_dest_id on stock.picking object. I'm not sure on V8. But it's not really difficult. So if there isn't a module like that it doesn't cost so much.

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Martin Pascualon
On 7/21/14, 1:48 PM

Hi Borni, is this module free? how can i get it?

if not, how much it cost?

Thanks in advance
Best Regards
Martin

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