I'm starting to use the stock module Odoo. I know as stock movements, as enlisted locations and other settings work . But I have a problem:
How I can list the stock of products on location? I found the report of inventory movements but do not know how to know where the product is located .
You could see that info at the menu /Warehouse/Traceability/Quants
The Quants table stores the current state of stock (per location). It is updated each time a stock move is set to done and has 3 main impacts:
A quant optimizes the computation (e.g. quantity available), because a quant only contains information about the current stock (not the past or the future). The volume is smaller and doesn’t grow in time;
A quant will be used in FIFO, LIFO and FEFO costing, as we need to match the incoming and outgoing moves for a correct stock valuation;
A quant can also be used for upstream/downstream traceability and lot management; a quant contains the information about lots. Quant history displays a list of stock moves indicating the current stock level.
First acknowledge the extraordinary speed of your answers .
I tell you, based on the list of movements shown in this image (Click it to show more big)
the two products that I have should be located in "Ubicaciones de empresas/Envios" yet , although stock values look correct, does not tell you in a clear way the product is in that location. In the next picture I show the report that I am to launch Quants.
When I go to Locations and ask me to list the Stock is in "Ubicaciones de empresas/Envios" I get empty . It seems like I was missing a step, or I have not configured properly and warehouse locations
Clicking on the Quants report to display the list view, you can see how shows me all the locations for which the product has passed What I really need is a report that tells me what the real product is located. With this report, I do not know where the product is
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