What is the logic behind such a constraint?
It does seem reasonable if you move from different distinct locations to the other.
But if you move goods from several Shelfs that are 5 meters apart -- it already seems to be an unwise constraint.
Can somebody with a deep understanding of picking's internals explain that?
And what are the pitfalls I should be aware of if I decide to remove this constraint?
There is the same constraint in destination location. Those constraints are present only in version 8, in version 7 you can have different destination locations and they are processed without problems.
This is also necessary when you have a picking from a purchase order with several products and you want to put them in different locations using one step reception.
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