The warehouse service provides functionality for managing the availability and location of stock. With this service you can:
- Create a new Warehouse or a Location (like an aisle or shelf).
- Receive stock from a supplier with a Goods-In Note.
Manage the process of shipping products to a
customerwith a Goods-Out Note.
- Check available stock, stock allocated to Purchase Orders and reserved stock with a Product Availability check.
- See which of your suppliers or Warehouses can supply a product with a Fulfilment Source check.
- Record that stock has moved directly from a supplier to a customer with a Drop-Ship Note.
- Move stock around within a Warehouse using an Internal Transfer.
- Reserve stock for a Purchase Order with a Reservation
- Manually adjust the stock levels in a Location with a Stock Correction
- Release stock from Quarantine with a Quarantine Release.
|Allows the value of stock in a batch to be corrected.|
|Calculates the number of complete bundles that can be assembled from the stock of components on hand in each warehouse.|
|Returns the ID of the default location in a given warehouse. This is where stock is held if you are not using multiple concurrent locations.|
|A drop-ship note is used to record the shipment of an order from a supplier direct to a customer without the stock ever being stored in an account's warehouse.|
|A drop-ship note event represents an event in the lifecycle of a drop-ship note, such as being shipped.|
|An external transfer is a special version of a goods-out note used to represent the movement of stock between two warehouses.|
|Fulfilment source is a way of determining where you can fulfil an order from. This resource only has one method which is GET so please see the GET method for detail.|
|This resource allows you to correct the quantity of stock received on a batch.|
|A Goods-In Note is used to represent stock entering your stock control system for the first time. It is most often used when stock is delivered from a supplier to one of your Warehouses.|
|This resource represents a Goods Movement defined in your Brightpearl System.|
Goods-Out Notes are used to represent stock permanently leaving your stock control
system. The most common use of a Goods-Out Note is to facilitate the fulfilment
|A goods-out note event represents an event in the lifecycle of a goods-out note such as picked, packed and shipped.|
|An Internal Transfer is used to move stock between two Locations within a single Warehouse. The movement of stock is instant; the stock will be available for sale from the new|
|A Location represents a physical space in a Warehouse that an item of stock can be held in, like a shelf or a bin.|
|The product-availability methods allow you to simply query what the availability of set product is. There currently is only one method which is the GET product-availability.|
|Each warehouse has a quarantine location, used for stock that should not be available for sale, allocation or reservation.|
|Quarantine Release allows you to Release Stock Located in your Quarantine Location within your Warehouse to an actual Location so it can be used.|
A reservation allocates stock to a
|This resource enables you to retrieve all the current Reservations in one request.|
|This resource represents a Shipping Method defined in your Brightpearl System.|
|A stock correction allows you to directly adjust the level of stock in a location. It is typically used during a stock take to account for miscounted, damaged or missing stock. The product you wish to perform the stock correction on must be ...|
|A warehouse or inventory transfer is used to ship items from one warehouse to another. They are used only when multi-warehousing is active and more than one warehouse is being managed in Brightpearl.|
|A Warehouse represents a collection of Locations in which physical stock is stored, like a stock room or a warehouse. Brightpearl users whose account is configured to use basic or standard stock control are limited to a single warehouse, ...|