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Update Forecasted Quantity when Reducing Quantity on Sales Order Line

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slcto
on 9/30/16, 7:10 AM 150 views

Quantity on Hand and Forecasted quantity of product X is 10 units.

I create a sales order line with 5 of product X and confirm the sale. Forecasted Quantity of product X is now 5.

I decrease the quantity of product X on the sales order line to 2. Forecasted Quantity of product X is still 5 - I would expect it to be 8.

I change the quantity of product X on the sales order line to 7. Forecasted Quantity of product X is now 3.

Is there a reason that reducing the quantity sold does not increase the forecasted quantity?

Am I missing a setting somewhere?

Does anyone have a suggestion how I can make the forecasted quantity reflect the reduction?

Odoo 9.0c-20160915 (Community Edition).

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slcto
On 10/3/16, 7:57 AM

I see, thanks. Editing the delivery order is indeed needed to reflect the decrease in quantity though it would be nice if both an increase and a reduction would be automatically reflected. Thanks.

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Ahmed M.Elmubarak

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Ahmed M.Elmubarak
On 10/1/16, 5:07 AM

Hi,

I think for reducing the quantity you  need to manually adjust the delivery order related to that SO.

You can clearly get it here

Hope this could helps,

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Asked: 9/30/16, 7:10 AM
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