The Storage Locations must be set as a tree of locations. The path will be highlighted with green color.
Before creating #
storage locations, it will ask you to create:
- – room (it may be the whole warehouse, a floor, or other parts of it);
- – employee place (basket, or the employee that will be working);
- – section (a section can be a wall, shelf, etc. with storage places);
The warehouse locations create as tree branches – from one you create the second and etc.
1. First, create a room.
2. Create sections.
How the tree can look like.
Range From/To – means how many locations will be created. The number will be added to the name that you write for the location of the location.
Range From 1 – To 1 will create 1 storage place. The name will be ‘Section 1’.
Range From 1 – To 2 will create 2 storage places. The names will be ‘Section 1’, ‘Section 2’.
Click “Save” to add the location to the tree. The changes won’t be saved until you complete the work by taping on the “Save” button at the end of the page.!
 – Select a location. If the section has other sub-locations you will see them.
 – to delete or edit.
 – to add more.
Types of the OA Locations #
Example: Let’s create a packing section with a range of 1 to 1, to have the 1 section. Inside there will be packing places.
Packing workstations #
Example: To arrange the packing place with a barcode select please “assembly” type for this place.
The result: Packing workstation 1 and Packing workstation 2.
(for picked items from orders)
The result: the system created 4 places as we set range from 1 to 4 and they have Name D1, D2, D3, D4 as we set the D in the name field.
Pallet Storage Locations #
The result: the system created 3 places as we set a range from 1 to 3 and they have Name P1, P2, P3 as we set the P in the name field.
Storage Section has 6 storage locations: 4 with a static type and one Universal and one Dynamic. The last two will be needed to do order processing with the OA Terminal.