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Inventory Location and RQC
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10/13/2016 10:45 AM
    We've recently set up a new inventory location and loaded some items to that location only.  We only have one company and one item group.  Our original thinking was that when in RQC the requestor would need to change the From location in order to request these items.  We're finding that they can order them from any of our inventory locations.  We would like to set it to where the location has to be changed in order for the requestor to see these items.  Is that possible?
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    10/13/2016 2:56 PM

    In RQ04 on the Requisition Center tab, there's a section called Item List Specific Fields.  If the List only Internal Items flag is set to I (IC12 Setup) they will have to change the From Location on their Detail Profile tab in RQC to order an item that is built exclusively in a location different from their default From Location.  If they don't change it the item won't come up in Search Catalog or appear on any templates. If they attempt to order using Express they'll get this message.  

     

     

    You could set to this to Y but then the requester would only be able to see inventory tracked items at their From Location.  For us, setting the flag as I makes more sense because we have stock and nonstocks built in IC12.

    Jon Athey - Supply Chain Analyst - Materials Management - MidMichigan Health
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    10/14/2016 7:34 AM
    Very helpful as always Jon!  Thank you!
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