Inventory Quantity Types

  • Inventory Quantity Types

    Posted by DSC Communities on May 4, 2017 at 12:14 pm
    • Thomas McFadd

      Member

      May 4, 2017 at 12:14 PM

      Is it possible to exclude inventory with a Quantity Type of “Damaged” to be excluded from the “Available” quantity?

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      Thomas McFadd
      Granite Telecommunications
      Quincy MA
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    • Charles Allen

      Member

      May 5, 2017 at 2:42 AM

      Thomas,

      According to the User Guide and a quick test, the damaged quantity is not and should not be part of the equation.

      I set up an item and purchased 6 items. I then did a quantity type transfer of 1 to damaged. That left me with 5 on hand and 1 damaged.

      I entered a sales order for 5 and had no problem.

      I entered a sales order for 6 and got an availability issue.

      Are you seeing that damaged is adding to the quantity available?

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      Charles Allen
      Senior Managing Consultant
      BKD Technologies
      Houston, TX
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    • Vaidhy Mohan

      Member

      May 5, 2017 at 2:49 AM

      As Charles said, “Qty Available” should be “Qty On Hand” less “Qty Committed” and less “Qty Allocated”. GP skips all other types out of the equation.

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      Vaidhy Mohan
      Senior Consultant | Scope Systems
      Perth, WA
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