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I was checking the list of procurements generated by the system and JUST in October I have 98 procurements that are in the Running state and have their OP/.
I want to make sure that this new order has all the items the sales team is asking for PLUS all of the 98 procurements suggested by Odoo. So I went to Requests for Quotation and sorted them by Source Document to view all the OP/-marked ones and there are 6 of them.
The thing is when I view the 98 procurements in Warehouse, I noticed there are a BUNCH more OP/s than just the 6 ones in RFQ. So for example, there is a procurement (OP/00011) in those 98 that was generated by Odoo and added to PO 510 which is not a system generated PO but rather a PO I created manually.
So I would have to print out all manually created POs in Draft, Bid Recvd, PConfirmed and all system-generated (OP/-marked POs) that might be in those states as well.
Im sure Im not doing this right so I would like your input. What would be the logical procedure to place a new order, making sure those 98 procurements are considered in the new order?
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|Asked: 10/29/15, 1:31 PM|
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|Last updated: 10/30/15, 1:03 PM|