Stock Reserve Sales
Stock Reserve Sale
Allows to create stock reservations for quotation lines before the confirmation of the quotation. The reservations might have a validity date and in any case they are lifted when the quotation is canceled or confirmed.
Reservations can be done only on “make to stock” and stockable products.
The reserved products are subtracted from the virtual stock. It means that if you reserved a quantity of products which bring the virtual stock below the minimum, the orderpoint will be triggered and new purchase orders will be generated. It also implies that the max may be exceeded if the reservations are canceled.
If you want to prevent sales orders to be confirmed when the stock is insufficient at the order date, you may want to install the sale_exception_nostock module.
Additionally, if the sale_owner_stock_sourcing module is installed, the owner specified on the sale order line will be proposed as owner of the reservation. If you try to make a reservation for an order whose lines have different, you will get a message suggesting to reserve each line individually. There is no module dependency: this modules is fully functional even without ownership management.
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This module is maintained by the OCA.
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