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Old 4th November 2010, 04:27
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Baan: BaaNERP - DB: Oracle 9i - OS: Unix
Generating Cycle Count Order For New Item
Baan: iBaanERP 5.0c

I have a question on how Baan 5c generate cycle count.

I have a new item of which NO cycle count has been performed before (no last count date is registered) . This item has an ABC code of A at the warehouse level. At the parameter level, A item suppose to have cycle count at the weekly basis.

At the present moment, this item has 100 unit in warehouse. For the pass few days, this item has several purchase receipt transactions registered for the warehouse.

When I tried to generate cycle count (whinh5200m000) (force cycle count = false) for the warehouse location of which this item is stored, no cycle count order line is generated for this item.

May I know in what scenario Baan will generate cycle count order for this stock point other than using force cycle count ?

Many thanks in advance
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