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Maximum Quantity of Logistics Area

Hi experts,

During goods issue, system can propose more than one logistics area if there is not enough stock in the first proposed logistics area.

How about Goods Receipts?

Is it possible to configure ByD to propose more than one logistics areas if the first proposed logistics area reaches its maximum quantity?

Best Regards,

Fred

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  • Nov 07, 2017 at 07:54 AM

    Dear Fred,

    It is not possible to configure to propose more than one logistics areas if the first proposed logistics area reaches its maximum quantity,

    However this can be controlled via Material Flow rules in Source and Destination determination for a logistics area .

    Strategies for Destination

  • Empty Bin – The strategy considers all bins that hold no inventory and have no incoming allocation.
  • First Found – This strategy considers all bins that have no storage constraints or uniformity violations. This means all bins that meet the storage constraints or do not violate the uniformity criteria after placing the current stock.
  • Material Driven – This strategy is composed of three other strategies, which are executed either sequentially, one after the other or until the required destination is found. The Material driven strategy is composed of the Fixed Bin strategy, the Last Used strategy, and the Empty Bin strategy.
  • Last Put-Away – This strategy considers the bins used for the last five putaway confirmations. The system proposes the most recent bin that meets the storage constraints or does not violate the uniformity criteria after placing the current stock.
  • We can set up these based on your requirement.

    Regards,

    Sandeep

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  • Dear Sandeep,

    Thanks for your answer.

    I tried as possible as I can using Material Flow Rules but still cannot achieve as required. :(

    Can you please help set up to achieve the same?

    Best Regards,

    Fred