1st step is to identify the products in a pallet.
On the receipt operation you would need to use ‘put in pack’ or in detailed operation provide destination package to track product and qty in a specific pallet
On the delivery operation, you have the option to select the package (pallet) to validate
(Not to forget that the company buys and sells products inside the package and the package/ pallet itself)
Hope this addresses your question
Hi Nuno Menezes,
Thanks for your kind words!
The product lines on a delivery order is carried over from the sale order. If you directly create a delivery order and validate, it wouldn’t create a sale order and hence you wouldn’t be able to invoice the delivery.
However, if you wish have the package populate product and qty of a sale order, here is a work around
1. Create a sale order that created a delivery order with a product and any qty (this product may or maynot be part of package)
2. Pull the package on the related delivery order
3. On the package line check the box ‘done’ and validate the delivery order
4. When you go back to sale order you would have all the individual products and delivered qty updated as in the package. The ordered qty would be 0
Ensure your invoicing policy is set to delivered qty to be able to create invoice.
Glad to know the answer helped to clarify and fix.