User Tools

Site Tools


implementation:manufacturing:outsourcing

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

implementation:manufacturing:outsourcing [2017/06/09 14:21]
csuhaa created
implementation:manufacturing:outsourcing [2018/11/05 14:09] (current)
szivazs [2.3. Inventory Management for Outsourced Operations] MultiBranch
Line 148: Line 148:
  
 //Please note: When no supplier warehouse is defined, the ‘Transfer Material’ option is not available. For material transfers it is required that the outsourcing supplier has a linked customer. (See: 1.1. Define Outsourcing Partners and Supplier Warehouse) // //Please note: When no supplier warehouse is defined, the ‘Transfer Material’ option is not available. For material transfers it is required that the outsourcing supplier has a linked customer. (See: 1.1. Define Outsourcing Partners and Supplier Warehouse) //
 +
 +//When working with MultiBranch company databases, the source and target transactions must be in the same branch. SAP B1 does not allow direct cross-branch inventory transactions. The supplier warehouse has to be in the same branch as the source warehouse from which the materials are delivered to the supplier. The production order warehouse must be in the same branch as the outsourcing warehouse. Cross-Branch outsourcing is not supported to any extent. In practice, branches cannot share the outsourcing suppliers since each supplier can have only one outsourcing warehouse and that warehouse must belong to a single specific branch. Likewise, a production order is allocated to a single branch, therefore it can only be linked to an outsourcing supplier of the same branch.//
  
 == 2.3.1.1. Inventory Transfer for Backflush Materials == == 2.3.1.1. Inventory Transfer for Backflush Materials ==
implementation/manufacturing/outsourcing.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/05 14:09 by szivazs