What is the difference between Saleable and On Hand

These are not terms we have the exact definitions of, however typically we find "on hand" is the number of items in the store regardless of condition (being returned items, etc), being on display, or being on hold. Salable is usually the amount that are available for sale in the store. However, there have been many cases where "saleable" showed 0 and "on hand" showed 1 and people were still able to purchase the item.

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