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When you create a new Product, you can specify whether batch tracking is required by ticking the Is Batch Tracked box – this forces the creation and ongoing management of batches for the Product. You can also update the Is Batch Tracked field on existing Products when you edit them.
When batch tracking is enabled, a Batch tab will show in the Product record, allowing you to create batches.
Within the relevant Product record, navigate to the Batches tab and click on Add new Product Batch.
If you cannot see this tab on your Product record, the Is Batch Tracked box may not be ticked on the Product and you will need to edit the record, tick this box and then Save & Close the record so that the tab becomes visible.
From here, you can input the following information:
- Add a batch identifier to the Number field.
- Add an Expiry Date for the batch.
- Select a Location where the batch is stored – you can also include a specific Bay Location as well.
- Enter the Quantity contained in the batch.
- Add further details for the batch in the Description field.
- Click Save to create the batch.
Your new batch will now display on the Batches tab of the Product form.
When you enable batch tracking on a Product, the system will force you to manage the batches – this information then feeds through to Sales Orders and Invoices.
When you add batch-tracked Products to any of these forms, you will be able to select stock from the available batches by clicking on Batch, as per the example below – this generates a pop-up where you can choose which batches to draw stock from.
When you enable batch tracking on a Product, the system will force you to manage the batches – this information then feeds through to Work Orders.
When you create a new Work Order and include Input Products that have batch tracking enabled, you will not be able to start the order until batch information has been completed – this is shown in the following example.
You can track the movement of batches from a Product record, using the Batch Movements tab.
From this tab you can also Add Batch Adjustments and manually adjust the batch Quantity at various Locations.