As a standard, when processing the sale, complectation documents are created automatically when processing requests. With this method of accounting, there is no accounting of semi-finished products and ready dishes. Write-off occurs for sale.
If the enterprise needs to keep records on the balances of semi-finished products and ready dishes, then production documents — i.e., complectations — must be created separately, at the time of actual production.

Production documents can be created in groups when working with internal and child requests.

For small productions, you can use manually created complectation documents.

Let us consider an example.

Juice is prepared in the Kitchen and transferred to the Bar for sale through the cash desk. At the r_keeper cash station, Lemonade 0.2l is sold.
To design this scheme in the program, do the following:

  • Create a set called Lemonade s/f
  • In the Goods dictionary, create the Lemonade s/f item and link it with the Lemonade s/f set
  • Create the Lemonade 0.2l set, containing the Lemonade s/f semi-finished product in the required quantity in the list of ingredients. Do NOT set the flag in the Produce column, i.e. for sale there must be certain quantity of Lemonade s/f on the balance
  • Create the Lemonade 0.2l sold at the r_keeper cash station and linked to the Lemonade 0.2l set
  • The process of transferring drinks from the Kitchen to the Bar is displayed in the program using the complectation document
  • At the same time, the Lemons and Sugar goods are debited from the Kitchen warehouse, and in the Bar warehouse, the balance of the Lemonade s/f goods is formed, which is written off when selling at the cash station.