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Re: Disabling location + Inactive location in stock analysis

Pedro M. Baeza
- 05/08/2015 13:39:05
Sorry for not being precise. Indeed, in v8 quants are the ones that rule the stock level. But if you deactivate a location, when you check availability for that product, the products placed on that deactivated location are not selected. You can try in runbot with same example, deactivating "Shelf 1", making a sales order for "iPad Mini" (that has all the stock on that location), and checking availability.



2015-08-05 19:27 GMT+02:00 Olivier Dony <>:
On 08/05/2015 07:18 PM, Pedro Manuel Baeza Romero wrote:
> Yeah, it's undoable, but it provokes side effects that are not desirable,
> because they are not easily traced: system inform incorrectly the stock because
> it ignores the stock placed on this deactivated location or one of its
> children, so I should consider this as dangerous, don't you think?

No, this reporting is based on quants and moves, not on locations. Remember, 
deactivating only hides the record itself, not related documents or transactions.

Try it on runbot with demo data: deactivate the "Shelf 1" location and look at 
reporting, inventory valuation, etc. Everything is still there as expected.

Exactly the same result if you deactivate a customer: orders, invoices, 
accounting entries for that customer are still visible, otherwise all 
accounting would be instantly wrong...

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