Is it possible to change prefix of sequence number according to the state field?
I use a DV prefix for quotation ("Devis") and a BDC prefix for sale order("Bon de Commande") with EBP.
But how can I do the same with OpenERP? When the state is changed into "manual" how can I create a sale order with the right prefix?
See "Sale Quotation Numeration" at https://www.openerp.com/apps/7.0/sale_quotation_number/
Sale Quotation: Sale process in draft stage just informing prices and element of communication. Sale Order: Sale process confirmed, the customer already have a compromise with us in terms of pay an invoice and receive our product or service.
Originally OpenERP manage only 1 sequence for this 2 documents, then the sales order won and lost manage the same sequence losting almost all lost quotations in terms of sequences, making so difficult understand qith a quick view if we are good or bad in terms of logistic and sale process already confirmed.
When you create a quotation, it is numbered using the 'sale.quotation' sequence. When you confirm a quotation, its orginal number is saved in the 'origin' field and the sale order gets a new number, retrieving it from 'sale.order' sequence.
With Openerp Base.
Sale Quotation 1 Number = SO001 Sale Quotation 2 Number = SO002 Sale Quotation 3 Number = SO003 Sale Quotation 4 Number = SO004
Sale Quotation 2 Confirmed = Number for Sale Order SO004
With Openerp + This Module.
Sale Quotation 1 Number = SQ001 Sale Quotation 2 Number = SQ002 Sale Quotation 3 Number = SQ003 Sale Quotation 4 Number = SQ004
Sale Quotation 2 Confirmed = Number for Sale Order SO001 from Sale Quotation SQ002
Sale Quotation 1 Confirmed = Number for Sale Order SO002 from Sale Quotation SQ001
Sale Quotation 4 Confirmed = Number for Sale Order SO003 from Sale Quotation SQ004
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