Inventory Log could help you to track inventory movement based on all activities which are recorded in the form IN and OUT. It also can be used to see where and when the transaction happened. Who created the transactions, and investigated anomalies such as a deleted invoice or edited invoice, which include the Product or The variant you wanted to see.

The following article will show the steps in viewing the Inventory Log of your Product.

I. Inventory Log

Step 1. Go to Product Menu - Choose Variant

Choose Variant

Step 2. Click Log

Product or Variant Log

Step 3. Inventory Log

We tried to simulate all activities, such as Sell, Buy, Adjustment, Delivery, and Manufacture. So we could see the Log Type differences from each activity.

Inventory Log, IN OUT,

II. Properties Index

Here's the All Type(s) Description.

Column

Description

InDelivery

Log Type records inventory movement from the Buy Menu. It happens when we Buy or Return to create a Supplier Bill.

CanceledInDelivery

Log Type records inventory movement from Void or Delete a Supplier Bill.

OutDelivery

Log Type records inventory movement from the Sell Menu. It happens when we Sell or Return to create a Customer Invoice.

CanceledOutDelivery

Log Type records inventory movement from Void or Delete a Customer Invoice.

InventoryAdjustment

Log Type records inventory movement from Adjustment Menu. It happens when we Adjust stocks either IN or OUT.

CanceledLostNFound

Log Type records inventory movement from Delete an Adjustment Number.

InTransfer

Log Type records inventory movement from Delivery Menu. It happens when we Receive stocks from a different Outlet or Warehouse.

OutTransfer

Log Type records inventory movement from Delivery Menu. It happens when we Send stocks to a different Outlet or Warehouse.

CanceledTransfer

Log Type records inventory movement from Delete a Delivery Number.

Production

Log Type records inventory movement from Manufacture Menu. It happens when we Execute a Planned Job Order.

CanceledProduction

Log Type records inventory movement from Delete a Completed Job Order.

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