I don't think it is the normal behaviour, let me explain.
I've made a Sales Order, this create manufacturing orders. (procurement on real time activate or not)
Then I will just cancel this Sales order. Manufacturing orders previously created by this Sales Order aren't cancel.
The normal behaviour must be : Sales Order cancel => Manufacturing orders attached cancelled
The normal behavior is just like that, when you cancel the Sale Order (SO) that originated the Manufactoring Order (MO), the MO will not cancel by itself. This happens because in a big company, the Sales department and Manufactoring department are separated, and they might already have started the MO (The SO was confirmed before).
This happens the same in Delivery Orders, that have to be cancelled before cancelling the Order that generated it.
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