Oh, yeah.   We have several controlled and uncontrolled warehouses...
Depends on how we want to manage them.

Dale Gindlesperger
IT Manager/Special Projects Leader
Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Inc.
258 Beacon Street
Somerset, PA  15501




                                                                           
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 Sorry, forgot to mention no MRP --more than 50% build to order items
Can you have more than one Uncontrolled warehouse?

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Try flagging the line item on the COM order as allocated.

Josué García



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Would reporting the items shipped, but not invoicing the order help?


Steve Jones



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Hello group,
I have an interesting issue that for business reasons should not exist but
does anyway.
We have orders from customers who are unable to pay (yet) and we build
those items and take to shipping.  The due date has come and gone and the
items cannot ship because of non-payment.  Finished goods are showing in
inventory (we are uncontrolled warehouse), we are not allowed to ship to
other customers because what if this one can pay today.  How can we get
these items to not show in inventory so that the planners (after they
forget it's in shipping) don't promise it to someone else?
We've discussed "IS" to special account to get it out of inventory so the
planners don't see it, but then how do the accounting folks see it for
inventory purposes?
We are at Rel 6 with Essentials only.
Does anyone have any ideas on how I can help the inventory people handle
this?
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Thanks in advance,
Teresa Biby
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