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Hi expert,

I've assign batch no. when S/O created, and when I using pick and pack manager to release to pick list. I cannot to see these batch no at "Open" drawer. The only thing is the quantities of "allocated Qty in Base Document" is same as S/O. My question is, the pick manager how to know which items he have to allocate batch no. and which batch no is allocated. If he must link to to base document to get the allocated batch number, I think this is very stupid. Is it possible to pass the allocated no. from S/O to pick list directly? Welocome to any reply.

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Daniel

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 06:35 AM

    Hi,

    It is not possible to get allocated batch in pick and pack manager or in pick list. You may run separate query to check allocated quantity for sales order.

    Note: Based on 8.81 version. Not sure about in 9.0 version

    Thanks & Regards,

    Nagarajan

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    • Hi Nagarajan,

      9.0 is same to 8.82 PL11. Your suggestion is good, but I still cannot understand why the allocated batch could not auto select when pick list released. Generally, the pick manager didn't know batch is allocated by SO, maybe store procedure is a solution.

      Thanks & Regards,

      Daniel

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