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I want to know if it is possible to update the quantity for any product manually. Like I go to inventory and update quantity. Right now if I try to do it, there is no error but it doesnt update the quantity also. Any idea why this may be happening. This is in manufacturing app. I went to the product form and select the notebook 'inventory'. I clicked on update quantity on hand. I set some number and clicking ok there was no error message but still the quantity stayed zero.
You should use inventory adjust. It just works. The other option have something wrong:
It seems to me that updating this value by the product form, has some kind of bug. Used to work in previous builds, but using build 8.0-20160428 does not work, because when you put the new qty available, it makes a move of this quantity, instead of calculating the difference between the previous and the new value. Look at the images... I update to 1000, and I should have 1000 instead of 2000!
Even, if my theory is correct, the move should be of 1000 and it is not..
If you look the moves, it generated a move of 999 instead a move of 1..
I don't know how that function in the product works, but the correct way to do it, is by going to Wharehouse ->Inventory Adjustments, there you create a new adjustment, in the main form select the location and the product(or all products), and in the lines, it will show you the theorical quantity of how much you have of each product on each locations, and the real quantity, you edit the real quantity, and finally validate the inventory adjustment, now your stock is updated!
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