Use this form to receive an overview of inventory output order transactions.

Navigating the form

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.

Tabs

Tab

Description

Overview tab

View a list of the output order transactions.

General tab

View information about the output order transaction selected on the Overview tabtab.

Dimension tab

View additional information about inventory dimensions.

Fields

Field

Description

Identification of the inventory order that the transaction is associated with.

The number of the item where you want the transaction performed. Create the item number in the form.

For more information, see Item (form).

Select an item configuration to specify an item with specific attributes.

Specify the size of the item

Specify the color of the item.

Enter the warehouse in which you will store these items.

Status for the transaction:

  • Registered– The transaction is associated with a shipment but has not yet been reserved.

  • Reserved– The transaction is associated with a shipment but has not yet been released for consignment.

  • Activated– The transaction has been released for consignment but has not been started yet.

  • Started– The shipment has begun but is not finished.

  • Ended– The shipment is finished.

Indicates that items are "physical reserved" or reserved as ordered at a picking location.

This parameter is related to the field on the form.

The number of inventory units that this transaction affects.

Identification of the shipment that the transaction is associated with.

The order type for the inventory order. The following options are available:

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The lot number of the transaction on the inventory order.

The module that generated the transaction.

The order number, project number, production number, and so on.

The customer or vendor account number.

Enter the customer's street address and ZIP/Postal Code. The rest of the address information will be completed automatically if the postal code exists in the postal code table.

The desired delivery date for the transaction.

The sorting code for the picking location. It is used to sort lines in picking routes in order to find the best route through inventory.

The sorting code for the item. The sorting code is copied from the item table. It is used to sort picking route lines so that heavy items are not picked before lighter items.

The volume of the items in the transaction.

The expected time that it will take to pick the items. This is completed automatically based on the information for the warehouse.

For more information, see Warehouses (form).

The operator who handled the transaction.

The actual time used to speed up the transaction. This is completed automatically.

Specify whether the transaction should be handled with a pallet transport. If not, it will be handled as a picking route.

Enter the batch number dimension. If you select and in the upper section of the form, you can edit the batch number for the transfer order line.

The location inside a warehouse. If you select and in the upper section of the form, you can edit the location number for the transfer order line.

The unique ID for the pallet (Serial Shipping Container Code).

The serial number dimension. If you select and in the upper section of the form, you can edit the serial number for the transfer order line.

Buttons

Button

Description

Click this button to open the following submenu item:

  • - Select which inventory dimensions you want shown in the form.