Hi Schumann ,
I was wanting MOQ ( minimum order quantity ) for the purpose of
selling the product. The MOQ under suppliers of product is for purchase.
It does not hurt me in current application. Hence i am using product
On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 6:30 AM, Schumann Ye <schumanny...@hotmail.com>
> Dear Rajesh,
> Have you tried using the tab "Suppliers" with the link below?
> If I understand your question correctly, MOQ in ERP/MRP II/MRP could be
> used for business processes calculation like triggering a new purchase
> requisition when a certain demand could not be met.
> Normally it applies to the purchased item, however, theoretically it could
> be also set for manufactured item.
> In your example, it's the latter case.
> Back to your another question, if you create a record for
> "product_attribute", which gives us only a link between product_id and the
> Based on what I have seen in MrpServices.java, it seems the field value of
> "product_attribute" is not considered during MRP run.
> So I think the chance is little.
> Let us know if there is any progress.
> 发件人: Rajesh Mallah <mallah.raj...@gmail.com>
> 发送时间: 2018年4月14日 22:21
> 收件人: firstname.lastname@example.org
> 主题: usage of product attributes
> Hi ,
> I wanted to store minimum order quantity (MOQ) at product level.
> going by the OOTB product management screen eg:
> i do not apparently see a place to store it.
> can/should I be using "Attributes" for storing such attributes ?
> I also wanted to store "Maximum Order Quantity" and some more custom
> details about the product.