MDGP 2013 Feature of the Day: Bin Transfer History

Microsoft Dynamics GPMicrosoft have started the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature of the Day series on the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog.

The third feature they’ve announced is Bin Transfer History.

This feature adds the ability to maintain history for bin movement and enquire and report on the hitorical movements as well as tracking the reason codes for the movements; (Enquiry ¯ Inventory ¯ Bin Transfer History?);

Bin transfer History

This new functionality will allow users to enquire and report on movements to get greater visibility of inventory movements and the reason for the movement to help streamline the warehouse processes.

A utility will be available to remove historical movement records when they’re no longer needed.

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5 thoughts on “MDGP 2013 Feature of the Day: Bin Transfer History

  1. Imtiaz says:

    About time….won’t need to keep writing SQL views for customers to see this….

    1. Ian Grieve Ian Grieve says:

      Yes, there’s quite a few of the new features strike me as overdue so I’m delighted to see them coming.

  2. Mike says:

    Will the new feature be helpful to address the following:

    Presently a bin to bin transfer cannot be posted if an item in a bin is allocated to an open sales order, inventory transaction or manufacturing order.

    The bin to bin transfers (movement) within the warehouse should be independent of these other transactions.

    If I later print the Sales order picking ticket, it would be nice to have the latest bin.
    If I later print the MO picking ticket, it woudl be nice to have the latest bin.

    etc.

  3. Ian Grieve Ian Grieve says:

    Hi Mike,

    Unfortunately, all I know so far is what was in the announcement of the new feature.

    It’s possible this has been dealt with as a different change, but if not may be worth adding to the MS Connect site as a suggestion for a future release.

    Ian

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