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Automatic inventory pull via POS and BOM?

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Kevin Shenk
on 5/24/13, 5:46 PM 2,381 views

We are running OpenERP v7 Point of Sale in a small coffee shop. I'd like to list my stored food (meat, cheese, eggs, etc) in the inventory system, and automatically deduct the appropriate quantities when a product is sold that uses these items.

It seems that this should be possible through the Bill of Materials, but selling a product with a BOM configured does no deduct the BOM products from the quantity on hand.

Is this impossible? What am I doing wrong?

Hello, If you are looking at the Quantity on Hand in POS then you can visit this blog. acespritechblog.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/create-invoice-from-openerp-7-0-point-of-sale-pos/

We have done many more customizations in POS.

Thanks, Acespritech Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Mail: info@acespritech.com Skype: acespritech

Acespritech
on 5/28/13, 2:45 PM
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Hangar
On 1/5/17, 11:29 AM

Hi all

Has anybody been able to solve this issue? I am having the same problem. BOM materials (configured as products) are not being deducted from Qty on hand. Thank you.

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Dhruv Shrivastav
On 12/7/14, 11:52 AM

I'm also trying to do the same but not able to solve the problem, please let me know if you have got the solution.

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Asked: 5/24/13, 5:46 PM
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Last updated: 1/5/17, 11:29 AM