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Here is a scenario:
1 may 2014: I bought 10 iPads from supplier Harry with Purchase Order Number: PO/001
1 may 2015: I bought 20 iPads from supplier Jacky with Purchase Order Number: PO/002
So I have 30 iPads in stock.
20 may 2015: I sell 15 iPads to customer Tom with Sales Order Number: SO/001
First question: Which iPads are taken from stock?
a) Can I select 10 iPads from PO/001 and 5 iPads from PO/002?
b) Does Odoo pick randomly like 15 iPads from PO/002 instead of using the iPads of PO/001?
20 may 2016: Customer Tom is not happy, one of his iPads is broken. The guaranteed warranty period is 2 years so he expects a free fix or replacement of the product.
Second question: Can the iPad be identified from which supplier or purchase order he was bought?
In case the iPad was bought from supplier Harry, the vendor warranty period of 2 years is already expired.
In order to know which supplier the Ipad came from you would have to create a LOT for each shipment you received, and your Ipad could have just one unique identifier as a product being the Reference Number.
Lots are great in tacking your shipments and expiry dates and shipment from different supplier.
Here's a more in-depth explanation:
I hope this helps you,
Happy coding and meticulous testing
Smart Way Business Solutions Team
question a: if FIFO was setup for both products then the picking will be done for 10 from PO/001 and 5 from PO/002.
and if LIFO was in place, 15 from PO/002.
question b: for a proper identification of product with warranty, I think that you should use the serial identification number for products
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