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Physical Locations / Your Company View 0.00 0.00 Physical Locations / Your Company / Output Internal Location 38.00 38.00 Physical Locations / Your Company / Output / Stock Internal Location 38.00 38.00 Partner Locations View 0.00 0.00 Partner Locations / Customers Customer Location 0.00 0.00 Partner Locations / Suppliers Supplier Location 0.00 0.00 Virtual Locations View 0.00 0.00 Virtual Locations / Inventory loss Inventory -38.00 -38.00
When I try to do a quantity update of this product through the Inventory Update OPENERP subtracts the amount I enter from Output / Stock.
Also do I need to do a stock move to balance out the virtual location inventory loss and why do I have a negative number there?
Thank you very much
OpenERP's inventory follows the rule of dual-entry inventory, just like dual-entry accounting. Practically, this means that you cannot make products appear or disappear magically somewhere. If you have a product increase somewhere, you need to have a product decrease somewhere else. And vice versa.
When you use the quantity update button and increase a quantity, you are not telling OpenERP where these products come from, therefore OpenERP will assume that you "found" them (eg. under a shelf) and the opposite entry will be the same as where you "lose" products, that is the
Inventory loss virtual location.
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