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How to change finished product location when running schedulers in manufacturing?

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Aldennis
on 2/13/13, 2:35 AM 1,579 views

Using Openerp 6.0/6.1 whenever I run the scheduler, the system creates production order based on the minimum stock rules I defined for product with procurement method set to produce. However, the finished product location always default to the stock location of the warehouse I selected under the minimum stock rule definition.

I would like to specify a different location for my finished products, and have it undergo a certain QA wherein only those that passed will be moved to the stock location and all that failed would be scrapped.

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Aldennis
On 2/18/13, 3:34 AM

Thanks for the answer. This is what I've done:

  • Install stock_location
  • Created two locations
    1. Physical Locations\Your Company\Stock\Storage (type: Internal)
    2. Virtual Locations\Product Yield (type: Inventory)
  • Created two push flow on the product
    1. From Stock ---> Product Yield | Automatic no step added
    2. From Product Yield ---> Storage | Automatic

Result: Whenever I run the scheduler and a manufacturing order was created and then produced, the product goes to location Product Yield and then the user would go to Warehouse->Traceability->Stock Moves to validate and adjust the quantity of the product that will be transfered to location Storage which is under the Stock location.

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Pierre Soum

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Pierre Soum
On 2/14/13, 9:30 AM

You can use the push and pull rules describedc in the documentation. Type "openerp Keeping Track of Stock Movements" in google, it should point you to it.

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