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"Nothing to handle" is an error shown in warehouse when pick creation is prevented for whatever reason. However, it does not provide info to the warehouse employee of why existing stock is not enough to cover the current pick being created: existing reservation, blocked item/content, warehouse inventory in given bin where pick cannot be done from ... etc etc.
I suggest to add a troubleshooting page/factbox where user can access to understand where stock is and what options they have to enable pick.
Category: Warehousing
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Ideas Administrator

Thank you for this suggestion! Currently this is not on our roadmap. We are tracking this idea and if it gathers more votes and comments we will consider it in the future.

Best regards,
Business Central Team

Comments

S

It will be nice to have more deatil like including The Source Document and Line Number and the Item Number, or Bin Code with not enought quantity onr Bin Content. As much as we can go ahead and locate the line with the issue

Category: Warehousing

S

Extremely frustrating message. It takes a lot of time to figure out what is wrong.

Category: Warehousing

S

This is basic usability issue. From a user perspective there is nothing worse than being told why they can't do something and then giving them no idea of how to resolve the issue. Implementing this feature would considerably enhance the usability of warehousing.

Category: Warehousing

S

"Nothing to handle" explained. Great feature when available.

Category: Warehousing

S

Took me a while to figure out the issue was a missing item tracking info or missing lot info card. I can't remember, where but I noted that the way posting errors work is ongoing change and you will be able to see all the errors at once, rather than just the last error. Clearly, that needs to be moved to warehouse items.

Also, this needs to address the concept of a transaction. i.e. either the whole warehouse shipment posts or nothing does. Currently, you can get partial success if you have multiple sales orders on a warehouse shipment.

Russell

Category: Warehousing