Allow negative stock with a warning

Hi all,

I think allowing negative stock will help me keep my books much clean as we often need to make some advance entries. 
However, when I allow negative stock it doesn't give me any warning that the stock may go below zero.
The warning is very helpful in cases where a wrong entry is being made.
So is there a way I can allow negative stock but also set eprnext to give me a warning every time I am making an entry which might make the stock below zero or add to already negative stock.

Regards
Satish Gupta



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On 26-Jul-2014, at 12:50 pm, Satish <sa...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi all,

I think allowing negative stock will help me keep my books much clean as we often need to make some advance entries. 
However, when I allow negative stock it doesn't give me any warning that the stock may go below zero.
The warning is very helpful in cases where a wrong entry is being made.
So is there a way I can allow negative stock but also set eprnext to give me a warning every time I am making an entry which might make the stock below zero or add to already negative stock.

Regards
Satish Gupta



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But make this feature optional, I work a lot with neg stock but do not want to be warned every time, rgds robert

On Saturday, July 26, 2014 9:25:17 AM UTC+2, Rushabh Mehta wrote:
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On 26-Jul-2014, at 12:50 pm, Satish <sa...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi all,

I think allowing negative stock will help me keep my books much clean as we often need to make some advance entries. 
However, when I allow negative stock it doesn't give me any warning that the stock may go below zero.
The warning is very helpful in cases where a wrong entry is being made.
So is there a way I can allow negative stock but also set eprnext to give me a warning every time I am making an entry which might make the stock below zero or add to already negative stock.

Regards
Satish Gupta



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