here is my understanding about reserved for production plan in the Stock Projected Qty report, this column "reserved for production plan " is a summary for all production plan QTY regarding respective items. am i right?
but in my erpnext system, i have 3 production plans, the summary QTY is not what shows in the Stock Projected Qty report.
If you haven’t checked then please check the documentation.
- Reserved Qty: Quantity ordered for sale by your Customer (Sales Order), but not delivered (via a Delivery Note). This quantity increases when a Sales Order is submitted and decreases when a Delivery Note or Sales Invoice is created against that Sales Order is submitted.
- Reserved Qty for Production: Raw materials are reserved on submission of Work Order and are reduced when raw materials are transferred to Work in Progress warehouse via a Stock Entry.
- Reserved Qty for Production Plan: Raw materials are reserved when a Production Plan is submitted. When materials are reserved for the production against the work order then the system will reduce the “Reserved Qty for Production Plan” in the respective BIN. The system reduces the quantity if the work order was made against the production plan.
I hope this helps.
Dear @NCP ,
thank you, this is helpful!!
"Raw materials are reserved when a Production Plan is submitted. " this is confirmed in my system.
how do i interpret “When materials are reserved for the production against the work order then the system will reduce the “Reserved Qty for Production Plan” in the respective BIN. The system reduces the quantity if the work order was made against the production plan.”
i would say it will be only reduced when created work order again production plan. right?
“Reserved Qty for Production Plan” represents materials set aside for a specific production plan. When you create a work order for that plan to start actual production, the system reduces this reserved quantity because the materials are now being used for manufacturing. This adjustment ensures accurate tracking of material availability as production progresses.
Dear @NCP ,
got it, thank you!