Screen Path:WMS-> Operations-> Order Operations
A warehouse job is used to group orders. Thanks to the warehouse job, you can complete operational tasks easily. For example, when you are using picking a mobile screen, you can scan the warehouse job instead of scanning the orders one by one and the picking screen will suggest the tasks of orders that are connected to the relevant warehouse job.
To create a warehouse job go to Order Operations screen, select your orders that you want to create a warehouse job and click the Create Job button.
Select the client and warehouse job type. There are 3 different types of warehouse jobs and click OK.
Packing: If you are going to perform a packing operation, you need to select this job type.
No Packing: If you are not going to perform a packing operation, you need to select this job type.
Only Packing: If you want to skip picking and start packing directly, you need to select this job type.
Then a pop-up window will appear with a Job code, your warehouse job is created.
Also, if you select the Auto-Create Job button as active and click OK, job lists are automatically created according to defined rules by grouping selected orders.
You can also view your warehouse job code that you create above, in the order operation screen.
Also, item details that belong to an order can be viewed as below, the user needs to click on a small triangle button at the beginning of each row and then a small window will show the details of the item.
Additionally, fields about quantities are changing according to the status of an order; allocated, picked, packed or shipped.
If you are getting below messages on Job Creation, also check for the below guide:
Error Handling of Create Job Process
1. Orders are allocated and the system won't create any job. You have to start allocation for these orders
2. Orders are already assigned to another job.
3. Orders are not compatible with the selected job type. Please select another job type.
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