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I'm using Odoo 9 for managing a fuel station. I have a confusion regarding the warehouse management and would appreciate your assistance.
I have three differents tanks:
- gasoline tank 1
- gasoline tank 2
- diesel tank
Here are the question:
a/ I represented it as follows:
Warehouse: my fuel station
- Parent Location: Stock
- Sub Locations:
----- Gasoline 1
----- Gasoline 2
Is it the right way to implement?
b/ When I place purchase order, a truck of gasoline is unloaded, partially in each tank.
In Odoo, when processing receipts of goods, (configured as one step receipts) I can't select the destination location (tank) as partial request.
Is there a way of making it selectable from the picking order ?
Obviously, at time of order I cannot define in which tank gasoline will be. It is almost everytime split in both.
c/ I tried to configure warehouse with two steps receipts, with linked locations.
I tried to use chained location, and create automatically two internal transfers, one for each location (tank).
So I added to Push flow two rules for Stock/Input to each tank.
But it only creates one internal transfer, any hints how I can get things done the right way ?
d/ Is there any way to manage location (ie tank) total capacity?
Thank you and best regards
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