Stock MTS+MTO Ruleby Akretion https://github.com/OCA/stock-logistics-warehouse , Odoo Community Association (OCA) https://github.com/OCA/stock-logistics-warehouse
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Stock MTS+MTO Rule
This module add a Make To Stock + Make to Order Route.
If you choose the make to stock + make to order rule instead of the make to order route, the creation of a purchase order will depend on the virtual stock. There are 3 cases :
- The virtual stock of the product is 0
- => It will act exactly like the make to order route.
- The virtual stock is equal to the quantity ordered
- => It will act exactly like a make to stock route
- The virtual stock is more than 0 but less than ordered quantity
- => On part of the products will be taken from stock and a purchase order
- will be created for the rest. So it will act like both make to order and make to stock rule.
Example : We have a virtual stock of : 1 product A A sale Order is made for 3 products A. 2 Procurements will be created :
- 1 with a make to stock rule and a quantity of 1
- 1 with a make to order rule and a quantity of 2.
After validation, a purchase order with 2 products will be created.
You have to select 'Use MTO+MTS rules' on the company's warehouse form.
You have to select the mts+mto route on the product form. You should not select both the mts+mto route and the mto route.
If you cancel a delivery order and then recreate it from Recreate Delivery Order button in sale order form, then the stock level at the time of the Re-Creation won't be taken into account. So if a purchase order was created when the sale order was first validated, a similar purchase order will be created during the Re-creation of the delivery order, even if not needed regarding the actual stock.
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