I am using the mrp_byproduct feature in V9 manufacturing (Bills of materials may produce residual products (A + B --> C + D)). This creates additional products during manufacturing. The byproducts should be delivered together with the main product, but showing as a separate line item in the delivery note.
When adding byproducts to the sales order, they always create procurement exceptions. If I define them as manufacturing product, the exception is a missing BOM. But there is no separate BOM. Without the manufacturing selection, the exception is a missing procurement rule.
How can this be solved?
By product(D) in your case in produced by your main product(C), so it's not needed to make D as manufacturable, your should configure it as Make to Stock(route Buy), that means it would delivery it from your stock only, so apparently when you produce C, you would have D in stock and then you can deliver to customer. Procurement goes into exception if you don't specify Vendor on the Make to order product, and Vendor+Reorder Rule for make to stock product.
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