Guewen Baconnier @ Camptocamp posted a new comment:
Sorry, I missed your answer.
I was specifically speaking about purchase orders in a make to stock
context and not as make to order.
The purchase order has been generated because we do not have enough stock according to our minimum stock rules.
But I still must have the possibility to cancel the generated need if I consider that I won't need my product anymore over a period for example.
If I'm in a situation where my product is the only product in the
purchase order, I can delete the purchase order -> in my memory, it
cancels the procurement, is that right?
Now, I have 2 products in my purchase order and I want to cancel only
one of them -> I have to unlink the po line, search for the procurement
and manually unlink / cancel it.
It seems to be a lack if I can do that for a whole purchase order but
not for a po line.
Otherwise, if it is assumed that the unlink operation on a po line
should not cancel any procurement, so I would think that the unlink of a
purchase order should not cancel any procurement neither.
I think that the actual behavior is not consistent ?
What do you think ?
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