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Exit Inventory

Here we explain how to exit inventory ID's for Bunches and Boxes, processing them one by one or in batch via .txt file that can be uploaded.

Exit Bunches

Its a day to day responsibility to exit inventory. Some bunches might not get sold on time (passed the allowed rotation days), that we call "Flor de Baja". And some barcodes get generated by accident, those we need to exit like "Error de Tipeo".

Exit Barcode ID of Bunch.

To register an exit, go to: Inventory / Inventory Exits / Inventory Exits.
Inside the module, you can select the exit reason and scan the barcodes in.
1) Select the Warehouse ("F1" in this case) 2) Select the exit Reason ("Error de Tipeo" in this case) 3) Verify the exit date (this is NOT the date of inventory, but its the actual date of executing the exit). 4) Please put the cursor in the Inventory ID field. 5) Start scanning the bunch barcodes.
Inventory Exits
Please configure an auto-enter to the barcode pistol, in order that you can keep scanning multiple barcodes after each-other.
If the auto-enter is not being configured, an "Enter" of the keyboard is a necessary command to hit.

Exit in Batch (Mass exits) Bunches

This method allows to scan multiple bunch ID's into an .txt file and to mass exit all the buches (in batch) via an upload of the .txt file into UNOSOF.
To enter this module, go to: Inventory / Inventory Exits / Inventory Mass Exits.
Its recommendable to use this method ONLY with you need to exit a LARGE amount of bunches out of inventory at once.
The process is as follows:
1) Locate bunches physically to scan the bunch ID's into a .txt file.
txt FIle.
2) Select the .txt file that you wish to upload.
click: Choose file, locate and hit "Upload file"
3) Select the exit reason that you wish to assign to all the bunches being uploaded and hit "Process Exits"
After this, you shall find all the bunches are being exited from the inventory.
Inventory Mass Exits

Exit Barcodes from "View Aged Inventory"

Sometimes it's possible that scanning the bunches is too much work, because you might have hundreds. And sometimes it's possible that the barcodes being generated were not existing physically in inventory:
Meaning, barcodes got generated, but never been used on bunches and neither being exited as "Error de Tipeo"), we call those "Ghost Bunches".
1) To generate a list with all the barcodes that passed the rotation days allowed, go to:
Inventory / Inventory Packaging S2 / Inventory Packaging List,
Please choose the report called: View Aged Inventory
Hit the Search button.
This report will look as follows and can be exported via the function Copy to place the information into Excel.
View Packaging List > View Aged Inventory
2) Once the data is copied over to excel, please select the entire column of barcode ID's and export the barcode ID's over to an .txt file.
Copied data of View Aged Inventory into Excel
3) Once the barcodes are being paste in an .txt file, the process is as usual.
txt file
4) Select the.txt file that you wish to upload.
click: Choose file, locate and hit "Upload file"
5) select the exit reason that you wish to assign to all the bunches being uploaded and hit "Process Exits". After this, you shall find all the bunches being exited from the inventory.
Inventory Mass Exits
Via this method: there is no control if the bunches actually really physically existed!
Its a lot better to scan the bunch ID's first into a txt file that physically existed in the cold-room and to exit that list as "Flor de baja". After that, you run the report again of "View Aged Inventory" and any barcode appearing in the list need to get exited as "Error de Tipeo" (since those bunches didn't exist physically).
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Exit Boxes.

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