I don't understand this...
I found some sites and documentation saying that a product of type « service » could be MTO (make to order).
But we edit such a product in a form view, no procurement routes at all appears in the form if the product is a « service ».
Should I display the supply routes in the product form even if the product is of « service » type (I can do it modifying the view... But it is strange no?)???
See this graph. It says that « service » product could be MTO, MTS, buy, etc. : http://alainvdw.blogspot.ca/2008/06/les-principaux-workflows.html
How can I select a route (for example, make to order, buy, etc.) for this « service »product if there no checkboxes in the procurement tab of the product view form????
It is weird. No trace of the word « service » in the file /home/odoo-test/odoo-8.0-20150503/openerp/addons/stock/doc/stock.rst...
I'm not sure that we can make a « service » product at « make to order »... May be I should choose « consummable » instead.
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