In order to manage your location restrictions first select the gear icon in the top right and select "All Lists". Then select Locations to view all of your Locations. Under the action column select Edit to see the three ways to manage that location's restrictions. These restrictions prohibit inventory from ever entering the specified location.
After selecting the Batch Lifecycle restrictions there is an option above to either "Exclude" or "Include". Select which of the following batch lifecycles from the drop down that will be permitted or not permitted in this location.
We never want non released inventory to be stored in the outbound locations. Under the outbound location we would select "Exclude" and in the drop down select pending.
Just like in Batch Lifecycle Restrictions there is an option above to either "Exclude" or "Include" part lifecycles along with a drop down window to select part lifecycles.
We never want our R&D inventory to make it into the mixing room for manufacturing. In the staging location we would select "Exclude" and in the drop down select R&D.
Part classification restrictions functions the same as the other location restrictions stated above. Here we can keep parts, based off of their classes, out of specified locations.
We only ever want our refrigerator to hold refrigerated inventory. Under the refrigerator location select "Include" Frozen/Refrigerated.
Another example is we only ever want our allergen inventory stored on the allergen rack. Under the allergen locations set "Include" then select allergen from the drop down.
Updated 9 months ago