Re: OT: Inventory able to track racks, shelves and shelve sections?

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On 15/09/2023 09:03, Tim via users wrote:
On Fri, 2023-09-15 at 00:47 +0700, Frederic Muller wrote:
I've been looking for a inventory free software to track the mess I have
in my workshop and haven't found anything able to "adequately" track
shelves numbers and sub-divisions.

It seemed to be something very obvious for me, imagining big warehouses
with shelves and cartons and people being easily able to find that
carton full of .... that, in row 18, rack 99, shelve 3 inside section B.
Well it is not. In fact warehouses are often treated as "locations" with
nothing else in most cases.
Library software?  Book (box) title, contents, shelf...

Didn't think about that, will see what I can find.

Thank you.

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