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I'm trying to understand how is the scheduled time calculated for a sales order. I created 2 products:
- Product with 3 days of customer lead time
- Product with 2 days of customer lead time.
When I confirm a sale with these two products, and open the delivery order, the scheduled time is today + 2 days.
Is this Ok? Should'nt it be today + 3 days?
I'm using OE 7.0-20130114-001605.
The OpenERP scheduler computes everything per line, whether it's a manufacturing order, a delivery order, a sale order, etc. The delivery time is computed for each line like this: Sale Order Date (on the SO) + Customer Lead Time (on the SO line, coming from the product) - Security Days (on the company)
So, if your security days=0, on the scheduled delivery order, you have two lines (one for each product):
- Day + 3
- Day + 2
The expected delivery date on the delivery order is computed using the minimum expected delivery date of each line. This is normal, otherwise some products may be late according to what you promised to your customer.
This has nothing to do with the shipping policy or the MTS/MTO.
To get the details about how the scheduler computes, read the documentation: http://doc.openerp.com/v6.1/book/5/5_15_Manufacturing/5_15_Manufacturing_forecasting.html#lead-times
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