26 – Material Transactions Summary

    At the end of this exercise, it is good to have a look at the way material transactions have occurred for KINDLE item in 081 org

Search for KINDLE item

    Looking at the result records

Detailing the transactions from the bottom

Sub inventory Locator Transfer Sub inventory Primary Qua ntity Source Type Source Transaction Type Comments
STORES A2   10 Inventory   Miscellaneous Receipt Initial Misc Receipt added 10 to Inventory. Stored in A2 locator
STORES A2 STAGE -2 Sales Order 7.US-AFTERMARKET Sales Order Pick When 7 SO(Sales Order) is pick released, inventory is moved from A2 to STAGE. So STORES.A2 is decremented by 2
STAGE   STORES 2 Sales Order 7.US-AFTERMARKET Sales Order Pick Reverse of above transaction. STAGE is incremented by 2
STAGE     -2 Sales Order 7.US-AFTERMARKET Sales Order Issue When 7 SO is shipped, STAGE is decremented by 2
STORES A2 STAGE -2 Sales Order 8.US-AFTERMARKET Sales Order Pick When 8 SO is pick released, inventory is moved from A2 to STAGE. So STORES.A2 is decremented by 2
STAGE   STORES 2 Sales Order 8.US-AFTERMARKET Sales Order Pick Reverse of above transaction. STAGE is incremented by 2
STAGE     -2 Sales Order 8.US-AFTERMARKET Sales Order Issue When 8 SO is shipped, STAGE is decremented by 2
STAGE     2 Purchase Order 251261 PO Receipt PO Receipt added quantity 2 to subinventory STAGE

 

 

Onhand screen

 

    As shown above, STAGE subinventory now has 2 items onhand (because of PO receipt transaction)

    

    STORES.A2 locator now has 6 items onhand (Originally had 10 items from Misc Receipt. However 2 sales orders of quantity 2 each has consumed 4 items)

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