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To restrict user from issue/acquit items with 0 SOH

To restrict user from issue/acquit items with 0 SOH

To restrict user from issue/acquit items with 0 SOH

(OP)
Does somebody know how we can restrict user to acquit items with SOH equal to 0 from stock?
I know we can use associted value in CL table file not to print this item on pick slip, but in this case you are able to acquit this at all...

Thank you in advance

RE: To restrict user from issue/acquit items with 0 SOH

Jakov

Ellipse does not prevent aquittals that will result in negative balances. The reason is to allow the issue to be processed in the system because obviously there was a physical quantity that could be issued and it wouldn't make sense to not reflect in the system what has already happened in reality.
There is a report (MSR172) that you should run daily, which will tell you what items are into negative balances, so that they can be corrected.
You could also try to control it procedurally saying that the warehouse won't deliver items that would go into negative, but try telling that to a maintenance guy with a shovel down due to that item!

RE: To restrict user from issue/acquit items with 0 SOH

(OP)
Praeceptor,
Thank you very much,
Jakov

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