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Last Post 05/11/2020 4:32 PM by  Kat V
Requisitions from one warehouse to another
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Kat V
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05/11/2020 3:09 PM

    I could have sworn we had done this in the past with no issues.  Item Loc R and Item Loc SCM both have Item A in stock.  R is out and needs to pull from SCM instead of the normal vendor.  There is a template with From Location SCM.  R puts in a Req for that item from that template.  SCM gets a WH130 Pick Ticket and Finish/Releases it.  SCM stock on hand decrements normally but R's stock on hand never increases.

    What are we doing wrong?

    I have an open Infor Incident that is going in circles.  They keep telling me I can't set up a req loc for R to be from SCM but when I ask if that means they can't use reqs, only IC22, I'm told: Yes, you may use requisitions, quantity would be taken out of the "from" location and placed into the "requesting" location. You could use IC22 also.

    Which is what I did and it didn't work.

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    05/11/2020 3:17 PM

    Hi Kat,

    I think the only way to transfer goods between storerooms is IC22 (using direct issue), IC22/IC23 (using indirect issue) and IC141 (if you setup the replenishment source as the other company/storeroom).  I don't think you can use RQ10 or RQC for this.

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    05/11/2020 4:00 PM
    I think you could use RQ10 if the item source was, by default, from the other stock location and the transaction type was set up for Direct Transfer or Indirect Transfer, but if you're creating a requisition that is set to Issue (Source) then you will be billed for the goods, not transfer them. I would perform a Misc Receipt to pull them into stock for now and then do a Transfer instead of a requisition going forward for these ad hoc transfers.
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    05/11/2020 4:32 PM
    Mike - I think the IC141 scenario is what I mentally had - which doesn't apply here because we don't know from day to day what the need will be or which item we would pull. Once I saw SCM stock drop - it didn't occur to me to check the other side of it.

    David - yes - we're going to use IC20 to bring in. Going forward we're thinking we're actually going to issue out to expense and let the centrals return into their four walls as needed. Most of the PPE doesn't sit in Central long enough to justify all the key strokes.
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