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Batch details are used to track inventory movement in batches or lots. Although this is primarily a requirement of the pharmaceutical sector, other industries that maintain or manufacture perishable items can benefit from it as well.

Credit card transactions, bill generating, operating system input and output processing are all examples of batch processing. Bank ATM transactions, customer service, radar systems, weather forecasts, and temperature measurement are all examples of real-time processing.

A batch number is a useful tool for tracking down items that are about to expire or that need to be recalled. It's critical to be able to discover defective products and things that are due to expire rapidly inside your distribution network, which could include warehouse sites. Locations for logistical purposes.

Simply described, batch processing is the method through which a computer completes batches of jobs in a nonstop, sequential manner, typically simultaneously. It's also a command that guarantees huge jobs are broken down into smaller chunks for debugging efficiency.

Set the option Maintain batch-wise details to Yes in F11: Features (F2: Inventory Features) if you want to keep batch information for Stock Items. Set the option Maintain in Batches to Yes in the Item Allocation screen.

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