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Suppose I have a product that can have several operations applied to it.
The order of these operations doesn't matter: I can do A, B, C or C, A, B.
If I encode these as work orders in a routing, how can I specify that some of these tasks can be done in parallel?
How exactly does routing work? What /is/ a work center exactly? A worker, or a location, or a machine?
If your product is composed by finished parts you can stock, you can define those finished parts as BoM levels.
This way OpenERP will procure those parts first. If you set a routing for the production of these second level items, you'll get a situation where OpenERP produces and stock the components of your finished product. Then you can run the MO for the finished product whenever you want.
You can also create a BoM level called "My not-totally-finished product" if this is more similar to your situation.
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|Asked: 3/29/13, 7:47 PM|
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|Last updated: 3/16/15, 8:10 AM|