CPE-366_Use-Case_Remove-Stock-from-Inventory

CPE-366_Use-Case_Remove-Stock-from-Inventory - 4.1.4. The...

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CPE-366 User Case: Inventory Management, Remove Stock from Inventory 1. User selects INVENTORY MANAGEMENT from MAIN menu 2. User selects REMOVE STOCK FROM INVENTORY from INVENTORY MANAGEMENT menu 3. User prompted to select from drop down list of INGREDIENT TYPES (e.g., COMMERCIAL FEEDS, FEED INGREDIENTS, HAY) 4. User prompted to select from drop down list of INGREDIENT DESCRIPTIONS within the selected INGREDIENT TYPE, including <Add New Ingredient Description> 4.1.To Remove Stock of existing INGREDIENT, user selects INGREDIENT DESCRIPTION, then “OK/Proceed” or “Cancel” 4.1.1. A summary of INGEDIENT DESCRIPTION is displayed for user to confirm that the information to be entered is related to the same INGREDIENT 4.1.2. The current <effective that date> inventory in stock is displayed 4.1.3. User is prompted to enter the quantity of ISSUE UNITS removed
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Unformatted text preview: 4.1.4. The current date is recorded as the date the stock was removed to the inventory, unless edited by the user. 4.1.5. A revised balance of inventory in stock (current minus removed) is displayed 4.1.6. User selects OK/Proceed to confirm revision, or Cancel 4.2.To Remove Stock of a new INGREDIENT, user selects <Add New Ingredient Description>, then OK/Proceed or Cancel 4.2.1. User is directed to ADD/EDIT INGREDIENT DESCRIPTION 4.2.2. User selects OK/Proceed to confirm revision, or Cancel 5. User selects from following navigation options 5.1.Return to Main 5.2.Return to Nutrition Management 5.3.Return to Inventory Management 5.4.Return to Animal Management 5.5.Return to Facility Management...
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2008 for the course CSC 365 taught by Professor Dekhtyar during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly.

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