During a rebooking, at least one attribute of a stock is changed. It can be initiated in the WMS or in the ERP. The following types of rebooking exist:
Rebooking as initiator of a physical movement: A rebooking to change the stock status, e.g. from “freely available” to “locked”, can result in a relocation of stocks, e.g. to the quarantine warehouse.
Rebooking as completion of a physical movement: A rebooking can take place following a relocation of stocks, e.g. after storage
is completed (upon acknowledgement at the destination storage location, a rebooking of the stock from “being stored” to “freely available” takes place).
Rebooking without physical movement: A rebooking does not necessarily entail a relocation of stocks: The status of a stock can also change within one storage location
without being moved. Examples are status-related rebookings of “quality” to “available” or “blocked”.