Hi Guys ,
I am wishing to be able to have the "cost price" of my manufactured items (generated via Manufacture Order) to be calculated as the total "cost price" of each of the bill of materials.
The closest I have found to this solution is by installed the following modules:
- Product Cost incl. BOM
- Product Cost incl. BoM and Price History
- Product Cost field
- Product Price History
These modules get me so close! I now have a new field (called "Cost Price (incl. BoM)") added to the product form above the "Cost price". The value in this field is automatically calculated and updated each time any of the BoM items change their costs via new purchase orders. It also manages the "average cost", which means it is not just updating the Cost of the item with the latest cost, but is averaging the costs which is great!
My only problem is that although the "Cost Price (incl. BoM)" looks perfect... It is not updating the "Cost Price" field which contains the value being used in all of the transactions including the journal created via the Manufacturing order and the customer orders, etc. Therefore I need to somehow update the "Cost Price" each time the "Cost Price (incl. BoM)" field changes! Anybody have any suggestions on the quickest way to do this without needing any coding?
Really appreciate any assistance you can provide!
You can build your own custom module for this requirement instead of using those 4 modules for just one thing. You can proceed in these ways: You should first inherit mrp.bom and add a new field 'price_unit': fields.float('Unit Price') and redefine the onchange_product_id function define compute_price and compute_total function to calculate "line price" and "total price" Then you have to inherit mrp.production and define compute_production_cost function to update cost_price from BOM. We have created this custom module and it works perfect , in my module it takes avg purcahse price in BOM and we added an extra tab to manufactring form to compute Production Cost , in that tab you can add extra charges like electicity etc.. , that charges also added to cost by calculating per_unit charge depending on UOM. for any help you can contact us email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
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