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Re: Pull Rules do not work when defined manuallyby
Did you run the scheduler when doing this?
When I tested on runbot, the system is correctly creating the call for bid, but it is also creating a procurement for the material. So, if you run the scheduler, the reordering rule will apply and you will end up having 2 call for bids for the same sales order.
On 27 May 2015, at 00:10, Leonardo Pistone <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:I just tried on runbot v8 with the default 1-step reception, with a product (bose mini) configured as MTO, buy, purchase requisition. I made a sale of that product, and it generated a call for bids. Once I created a bid, validated it, what I get looks right: a reception move from suppliers to stock for the purchase, chained to a a move from stock to customers for the sale. -> it looks like it works. Is it the same use case you're talking about? On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 4:37 PM, Eva Pinter <email@example.com> wrote: > The reason I do not use make to order is that the make2Order rule is only > working with production and creates an anonymous procurement in the stock. > Further the make2order creates automatically a call for bid so that we have > the quantity doubled in purchasing after running the scheduler is run.