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How to change to "Restricted" stock automatically after Return-To-Supplier has been created

Nov 01, 2016 at 10:01 AM

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Dear experts,

Is it possible to configure to change the stock to "Restricted" automatically after the stock has been proposed as Return-To-Supplier (after a Return-To-Supplier has been created for the stock)?

Our objective is to default the source logistics area in Goods Issue for Return-To-Supplier delivery which is currently not possible because the stock is not "Restricted" stock.

We have to change the stock to "Restricted" stock manually or the desired logistics area will not be defaulted.

Best Regards,

Fred

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Stefan Resag
Nov 03, 2016 at 11:57 AM
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Hello Fred,

normally it should work like this:

1. Define a logistics model based on the template for goods return shipping. In the logistics model you can then specify the source logistics use on operation level.

2. Then you need to give this logistics use to those logistics areas that you want to use for the stock to be returned. This can be done in the layout.

Why is this not working in your case?

Best regards,

Stefan

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Fred K Nov 02, 2016 at 07:05 AM
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Dear experts,

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Fred

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Fred K Nov 04, 2016 at 06:23 AM
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Hi Stefan,

Thanks for your reply.

Our source logistics area has "Restricted" as Logistics Use and we have configured appropriate Logistics Models.

When we do goods issue for return-to-supplier, "Restricted" is automatically defaulted.

So, the system cannot propose our logistics area.

The stock to be returned needs to have "Restricted" status.

After we have changed the stock to "Restricted" using Change of Stock function, then, the system can propose the source logistics area correctly in the goods issue.

Best Regards,

Fred

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