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Freezing Inventory with a VI job

Freezing Inventory with a VI job

Freezing Inventory with a VI job

I'm currently using MAS90 v4.3 and wonder if there's a way to freeze inventory when I import a list of items to IM_Physical through VI?

My list continually changes because I count based on 90% value of my inventory, so I can't freeze it easily through the front end without adding each item individually.

Any ideas or help is much appreciated.

RE: Freezing Inventory with a VI job

First you have to understand the "freeze" process.  When you go into Physical Count and "freeze" inventory all it is doing is reading the IM3 and IM2 and writing that the quantity on hand to the IME file. If you wanted to import a list of items using VI the file would need to contain the current quantity on hand for each item.

RE: Freezing Inventory with a VI job

Thanks BL that makes sense.  I thought the print process had some kind of logic or program that flagged the items picked as frozen or something.

Having 14000+ items this will make the process much easier for us.  Unfortunately our auditors won't allow us to do cycle counts or we'd just freeze by cycle.

RE: Freezing Inventory with a VI job

The print and freeze process does not flag anything.

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