Many customers ask to consume production DBA in back flushing at report as finished or at route registration. This operation is not correctly possible at the moment in a WHS warehouse, because WMSlocations are not compiled in production picking list. I understand that procedure should be: -reservation -release to warehouse -elaborate wave that find material already in correct WMSlocation (default production input or resource location) and transaction become picked or reserved physical. This procedure doesn't match back flushing requirements, because I cannot consume or reserve anything at realease but only at report as finished or at process registration: the first material I consume/reserve must be the first material actually used and not the first material released. Thank you in advance for you rfeedback

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Ideas Administrator

Thank you for your feedback. Currently this is not in our roadmap; however, we are tracking it and if we get more feedback and votes, we may consider it in the future.



Johan Hoffmann

PM, Microsoft



Not really clear to me, what your suggestion is. Flushing follows the start/end flushing indication on the Production BOM-Line and is posted at start or finish (or whatever you select as picklist template for production). That has nothing to do with WHS, as flushing always should flush from the production input locations of the resource group - and not from a raw material warehouse (unless you do not care about warehousing - but then you might want to configure the items accordingly, without warehouse and without location dimension). The Warehouse Pick work for production should be used to transfer material from the warehouse (Bulk or pick locations) to the point of consumption (input of resource group) in production.

Category: Warehouse Management


This is also something we would have liked to have. Our customer has restaurants where sales orders from an external POS trigger the creation of a batch order that must be consumed as per the theoretical quantities. As it is, we have been forced to create 2 separate warehouses: one for the storage, and one for the kitchen/POS.

Category: Warehouse Management