Warehouse transactions describe things that have happened to a Product's Product Group for Consignly to arrive at its current stock levels.
See Warehouse transactions by navigating to the Product's Group from the Inventory blade, and expose the transactions by choosing the action menu and selecting View Transactions.
The action menu at the end of a Product Group
An example of warehouse events that Consignly uses to arrive at the current balance.
In the example screenshot above, we can see that one inwards consignment (JWBL/000067/IN) had goods received in two transactions (32 items, then 16 items) a few minutes apart.
Later, a stock adjustment was made to add a further 2 items to this products balance.
Adjusting, Transferring, and Quarantining product
Performing one of these actions will result in further warehouse events being created for the product group. Suppose a product needs to be quarantined so as to undertake some sampling tests.
Upon sampling the product is released from quarantine.
The effect of the warehouse events on this product group may look something like the below:
Example of product received via an inwards order, quarantined for sample testing and then released from quarantine