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Adding additional decimal point in Price Computation

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ANUAR ABU BAKAR
on 5/9/13, 10:22 AM 3,472 views

Could anyone point to me the right direction to increase the digit at the Price Computation

New Price = Base Price *(1+ 0.0000 )+ 0.0000000

Rounding Method 0.0000000 Min. Margin 0.0000000 Max. Margin 0.0000000

Edited: This is what I'm trying to achieve.

Example: Using New Price = Base Price * ( 1 + -0.0654206) + 0.0000

If the selling price to customer is $1.00 New Price = $1.00 * 0.9345795 = $0.9345795 After 7% GST = $0.9345795 * 1.07 =$ 1.000000065

If the selling price to customer is $1000.00 New Price = $1000.00 * 0.9345795 = $934.5795 After 7% GST = $934.5795 * 1.07 =$ 1000.000065

-------------------------------------------- Above sample calculated correctly -----

Example: Using New Price = Base Price * ( 1 + -0.0654) + -0.0000205

If the selling price to customer is $1.00 New Price = $1.00 * 0.9346 - 0.0000205 = $0.9345795 After 7% GST = $0.9345795 * 1.07 =$ 1.000000065

If the selling price to customer is $1000.00 New Price = $1000.00 * 0.9346 - 0.0000205 = $934.5999795 After 7% GST = $934.5999795 * 1.07 =$ 1000.02197806

----------- if I do this way, the above calculation came out wrong ---------------

I would like to increase the digits in the bracket (1+ 0.0000000) into 7 decimal point instead of the current 4.

Where do I change this.

Thank you so much

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Sudhir Arya (SA)
On 5/9/13, 11:10 AM

Check the digits under Settings -> Technical -> Database Structure -> Decimal Accuracy search Product Price and open form view and then change Digits to 7.

If you are not creating custom module then you can directly change in core addons.

Go to product/pricelist.py find product.pricelist.item object (class product_pricelist_item) and then find 'price_discount': fields.float('Price Discount', digits=(16,4)) in _column. Change digits=(16,4) value to digits=(16,7).

Restart your server.

See my updated answer.

Sudhir Arya (SA)
on 5/10/13, 8:48 AM
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Priyesh Solanki (pso)

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Priyesh Solanki (pso)
On 5/10/13, 5:30 AM

To change the digit of field, defined in the bracket, Its set from field definition in .py file. By default, its set as 4 but if you wish to change it, you need to make that change in py file as per your need.

Attribute is : digits=(16,4) but you can change it from digits=(16,7).

Thanks, Priyesh Solanki

Thank you. Do you know which .py file that I can change the digits? Thank you

ANUAR ABU BAKAR
on 5/10/13, 8:46 AM

Yes, for that, Follow Sudhir's updated answer.

Priyesh Solanki (pso)
on 5/10/13, 9:37 AM
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ANUAR ABU BAKAR
On 5/9/13, 12:26 PM

Hi All

Thank you for all the kind response, I've solved the issue.

It's seems I remember correctly, I did change the .py portion but I did not restart the server. Careless mistake .....I start to realise it when you all post "Restart the server" that is when I realise ...it

Sorry for the inconvenient and thank you so much all.

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nick2474
On 3/26/14, 3:55 AM

This Work like a charm. Thank you Sudhir Arya

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