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I am trying to setup two warehouses for a company. User wants to be notified if they have enough products or not in stock before making a quotation. How will it deduct items once deliver? Can this be mentions when delivering the product to reduce the amount from warehouse A?
More Information: I did find one way to do so by creating multiple location for same warehouse. But it would be even great if we can setup two warehouses with one shop.
For configuration, you muse add 2 warehouses with 2 different locations. You can also configure 2 shops to manage warehouses from sale orders.
When you validate a delivery order, stock is automatically calculated from this movement (value of stock is only a calculation).
When you do a sale_order, you're notified only by procurement type chosen (from stock or by order). You can do external development to easily inform for example the stock of the other warehouse if there is no stock for selected warehouse for the product.
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