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Re: Products that fail QA

Libertus Solutions, Alan Bell
- 01/26/2015 07:07:29
I can ask a refund on the supplier invoice, then edit the draft refund 
to get a refund on a particular quantity, that works OK (not sure there 
should be an ask refund button on a refund though) then paying the 
refund works fine, I get the credit. That doesn't move any stock about 
I am mostly concerned about the stock process, and the push and pull 
routes. I am not sure how to treat stock in QA as not on-hand. If I 
change the number on the transfer from QA to stock, it creates a 
backorder of things left in the QA location, which is quite good, as 
long as it doesn't try to sell this to a customer. I am not sure how to 
turn this into a move back to the supplier though.


On 26/01/15 11:33, Nuria Arranz Velazquez wrote:
> I think what you need to do is to create a stock move to return it to
> the original supplier. If there's a money transaction (presumably there
> is), then you could do the return from the invoice itself, as it allows
> you to do total and partial goods return.
> Scrap and inventory loss doesn't quite apply to what you are trying to
> achieve, I don't think.
> On 26/01/15 09:23, Alan Bell wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > using warehouse with routes I set up a warehouse with a 3 step receive
> > process, unload then quality control then into stock. This works great
> > for conforming products, I can receive the goods, transfer them to QA,
> > then transfer to stock and I can split that final transfer to put them
> > on the correct shelf location within stock. What I don't really
> > understand is how to fail something in the QA area. These are goods that
> > we have received from the carrier (we didn't reject the consignment at
> > the loading bay because the boxes were intact) but we are not going to
> > put it into stock as it failed our test, we want to send it back to the
> > supplier. If I create a scrap location in the warehouse the system seems
> > to treat it as stock that is on-hand. In fact, stock that is in QA is
> > treated as stock on-hand, which seems wrong to me - anyone disagree with
> > that?
> >
> > How should returns be handled? I can see how rejecting at the loading
> > bay can work, you receive less than expected and the rest is
> > back-ordered. I don't get how returns after receipt should work.
> >
> > Alan.
> >
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