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no back order created for "make to order" items

on 5/7/13, 12:51 PM 742 views

If a product is "Make to order" then when a saler order is created, automatically a procurement request should generate. couldn't execute this scenario in openerp.can anybody please advise?

Which OpenERP version you are using?

on 5/8/13, 2:46 AM

Ray Carnes

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Ray Carnes
On 5/7/13, 7:46 PM

Check for exceptions under Warehouse -> Schedulers -> Procurement Exceptions.

This will tell you why OpenERP had problems with the procurement.

An RFQ (Request for Quotation) can only be generated if the product has a supplier (if the Supply method is BUY) or a Bill of Materials (if the Supply method is MANUFACTURE).

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