Definicja allocation mode
Determines how the selected allocation run type proceeds. There are three allocation run modes:
In the normal mode an order is updated if it has been released. The stock is then assigned to this order and can be delivered in the next step.
The simulation mode performs just like the normal mode, but does not update the orders. That means that requirements are not assigned to certain stock. With this mode you can simulate and test results.
The preview mode makes a ficticious assignment of existing requirements to future stock. This mode is used to test possible future scenarios and functions as an early warning system. These assignments are saved in a separate database. The actual stock/requirements situation is not updated. If multiple users are accessing the same sales order at the same time, then the database reflects the last changed value.
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