Defining a node’s relationships
A transfer order is a type of chained order that is created when a node that belongs to the organization you are configuring needs to replenish their stock from another node within the organization to fulfill an order.
A chained order is an order that is linked to a parent order in which the lifecycle of one effects the other.
You can define a relationship between the node you are defining and another node. Within this relationship you can define a transfer schedule, including the transit time to procure items from a node. The schedule is used for calculating expected dates.
You can define a transfer schedule that determines when items can be shipped from one node to another, including the transit time to procure items from a node, on an hourly or daily basis. The schedule is used for calculating expected dates. For more information on creating Transfer Schedules, refer to section Defining a transfer schedule.
You can create, modify, and delete relationships.