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Fix Delivery preferences module on grouping picking

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This module fixes a conflict between the two modules delivery_carrier_preference and stock_picking_group_by_partner_by_carrier, that makes the function release_available_to_promise loose the carrier set by default on stock picking for the backorder left by the release.

A customer has a favorite delivery carrier that is set on his sales orders and the related stock pickings. The company can have some preferred carrier based on the weight of a shipping. When a stock picking is partially released the quantity that can be shipped should have the corresponding company preferred carrier (if applicable) but the backorder quantity should keep the customer favorite carrier.

The grouping done by the module stock_picking_group_by_partner_by_carrier breaks this functionality by recreating procurement groups during the release.

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This is a glue module, so the question is.

Is it necessary or there is a bug some where than cause this ?

Maybe in the grouping done by the module stock_picking_group_by_partner_by_carrier in the function _merge_procurement_groups

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  • Camptocamp



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