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I have a scenario from customer and details are given below
Lets say , we have 10 different items and 100 different stores. There are two different processes they follow - 1) Flow thru process (Which doenst consider the on hand stock while planning) and 2) Planning which will consider on hand stock.
I know this can be achieved through master plans and set of items in the query field. But things are bit complicated.
Item A will be a flow thru product (Which will consider stock) in store A, whereas same item A will be a flow thru (Which will not consider the stock) in store B. Now Master plan is the only level where we can mention the option to exclude on hand stock.
How can we achieve this when the same item behaves differently for different stores or warehouses?
You can create a new master plan and set up without including on-hand inventory and transactions, run different master plannings twice for the same item. And finally filter and delete the planned order according to the warehouse (try to set up different stores with different warehouses).
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