About Delivery Orders and Receipts

The Warehouse module is deeply integrated with Sales, Purchases and Accounting modules. Most of the time it is not necessary for you to manually create a delivery order or receipt because they will be automatically created when you confirm any quotation or request for quotation.

A delivery order would be automatically created when you click  at quotation to convert to sales order.

Same for receipt, a receipt would be automatically created when you click on  at request for quotation to convert to purchase order.

Delivery order is the outgoing shipment of stock. Receipt is the incoming shipment of stock.

Note: Do not confuse receipt with the "receipt" you receive when you purchase at a retail store. The receipt in warehouse module can be considered as an inverse delivery order.

At Warehouse -> Operations -> All Operations, you will the screenshot below.

Graph view of Receipts and Delivery Orders

Ready: shows the number of delivery orders or receipts that is ready for .

Waiting Availability: shows the number of delivery orders or receipts that is still waiting for available stock for .

Late: shows the number of delivery orders or receipts that has passed its scheduled date.

Backorders: shows the number of delivery orders or receipts that is partially  and has remaining stock to .

When you perform  stock in delivery order or receipt, the system will alter the stock On Hand and Forecasted numbers of the product according. For more information on products, please see Creating a Product.


Aaron Neo Hao Kiat
Aaron Neo Hao Kiat
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Asked on 3/25/15, 2:17 AM
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