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Warehouse Mobility for LN - Other Transactions . Swaroop Patnaik, Infor . ASN Receipts. This transaction is used to receive goods against an ASN. The transaction provides the user with two options:

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asn receipts
ASN Receipts
  • This transaction is used to receive goods against an ASN.
  • The transaction provides the user with two options:

- Receive all the ASN lines at once (all the lines will be linked to a single Receipt Header); or

- Receive each ASN Line individually (each ASN Line will be linked to a different Receipt Header)

  • Lots and Serials are automatically assigned/generated

- If the Receive all option is chosen the transaction will generate the lot /serial numbers;

- If each line is received individually, the user can scan/input lot/serial numbers; and

- If lot/serial numbers are already defined on the ASN Lines, they will be generated and assigned accordingly.

  • Currently, Handling Units are not supported.
inventory management transactions
Inventory Management Transactions
  • Cycle Count: This transaction allows the scanner user to perform counts for an existing cycle count order.
  • Physical Inventory: This is a variant of the Cycle Count transaction. It allows the user to manually add cycle count lines to a existing order.
  • Inventory Write-On: This transaction allows the user to execute a positive inventory adjustment on a given stock-point.
  • Inventory Write-Off: This transaction allows the user to execute a positive inventory adjustment on a given stock-point.

All the above transactions support serialization and Handling Units (in 4.xx versions only)

returns module
Returns Module
  • Return From Production: This transaction allows the user to return excess/unused material (from the shop floor) to the warehouse. The transaction essentially executes the following steps in order :

- Add a negative issue line for the given quantity against the selected production order

- Initiate Inventory issue for the new issue line

- Receive the returned material in the warehouse

- Put away the received material in a selected location (if applicable)

  • Return from Stage: This transaction enables the user to move unshipped material in the staging location back to a pick/bulk location.
  • Customer Returns: This transaction allows the user to receive and/or put away unexpected returns from a customer. The transaction essentially executes the following steps in order:

- Add a negative quantity sales order line to an existing sales order (if provided) or a new sales order

- Release the sales order line to Warehousing

- Receive the returned material in the warehouse

- Put away the received material in a selected location (if applicable)

All the above transactions support serialization and Handling Units (in 4.xx versions only)

label reprints
Label Reprints
  • Cycle Count: This transaction allows the scanner user to perform counts for an existing cycle count order.
  • Physical Inventory: This is a variant of the Cycle Count transaction. It allows the user to manually add cycle count lines to a existing order.
  • Inventory Write-On: This transaction allows the user to execute a positive inventory adjustment on a given stock-point.
  • Inventory Write-Off: This transaction allows the user to execute a positive inventory adjustment on a given stock-point.