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Re: Default purchase warehouseby
you have many options, so you 'an choose according your need:-
1_receiving material by using one step, So you will have one stock location called "Raw material" or stock, and you will have production location and finishes location
2_ using two steps, by receiving it in Input location , then move it to stock location
3- define stock location and raw material location then you can define push rule for specific product or all products, So when you receive product X in stock location, it will be moved to raw material location.
Our company's warehouse structure is divided as follows,
Raw materials WH, as input warehouse.
Manufacturing hall WH for manufacturing if coarse :-)
Quality control zone for assuring the manufacturing process
Output for sorting finished products.
We only do some quality control of for specific raw materials, so we can neglect it now.
On Apr 28, 2015 9:02 AM, "Ahmed Elsaka" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hi Abu Helal,,,,
Please let me know what is the diffrence between the mentioned locations?
Do you want to check the material (quality control)?
Pleasd Let me know yours answers, So I can give you the correct and best answer.
00201006243796On 27 Apr 2015 18:22, "Abu Helal" <email@example.com> wrote:Thank you Zakaria,They already are ...On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 5:06 PM, Zakaria Makrelouf <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Make sur that your products in the routes are set as Make to Order--Zakaria MakreloufSent with Sparrow
On Monday, April 27, 2015 at 3:57 PM, Abu Helal wrote:Dear Community,I want to set a flow for my company's warehouse, as follows;Suppliers --> Raw Materials WH --> Stock WHSo I created all these locations and modified the "Buy route" by setting the "Procurement Location" to be "Raw Materials WH", but this didn't even create a procurement as purchase quotations!Did I miss something in this configuration, or should I install a specific module for this?Any pointers would be welcomed.