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In Odoo 8:
When a sales order is received, warehouse automatically receives the required operations.
However, if there is not enough stock warehouse can not complete the operation and procurement is not automatically notified.
I would like to know what is needed to automatically raise a RFQ (in draft mode) so the purchase staff can see immediatelly that a procurement action is required through an automatic pre-configured RFQ with the requiered quantities.
So if 1000 units of product A are needed and there are 500 units in stock, a 500 units RFQ will be launched against the supplier.
Regarding Peter's comment, in v8 it seems that there is just "buy" and "make to order", I did not see any "make to stock" option.
Same for "just in time procurement", I can't find where to apply that.
Note for latest comments: I think there is no longer "make to stock" in v8 but "buy" or "make to order", but defining "buy", applying JIT and defining reordering rules can fix this.
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|Asked: 6/2/15, 11:35 AM|
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|Last updated: 6/10/15, 9:58 AM|