Tryton allows to have negative quantites of stock, which we expect to be fixed latter by the user.
For example, if the user is shipping a product which supplier shipment is not yet introduced on the system, the negative quantity will be fixed when the supplier shipment is introduction.
As at some point we expect to fix, I’m wondering if we should prevent to close a stock period with negative quantities for some grouping. This will raise the alarm for the user that was not aware that there where negative quantities, so we force them to fix them.
Does it sound reasonable?