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First you can set procurement group in,
- you push/pull rule
- in your procurement
- in your reordering rules ,.....
I will give you one simple example so that will give you clear idea,
ex. Suppose you confirmed two sales order, and for both sales order system have created two different procurement orders. Now when your scheduler run it will group by procurement group and then generate related PO, MO,....
if for both sales order's procurement you given same procurement group system create single Purchase order.
Quote from stock documentation:
Even when you have multiple lines in your sales order, you want one delivery order with all the lines of the sales order. To accomplish this, Odoo groups the different procurements of this sale order into the same procurement group we create for the sales order. That way, the moves of a delivery order stay together by putting moves of the same group in the same picking.
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