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How can I configure or manipulate the weight rounding displayed by POS ?

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AK
on 1/29/15, 5:47 AM 463 views

Hi, 

Can some one help me by the following issue:

I have the problem that the real Weight on Scale is rounded up or down by displaying in POS.

e.g. on Scale is displayed 1,087 and in POS will be displayed 1 Kg

or

on Scale is to see 0,450 and in POS is displayed as 0 Kg

is there any Configuration for this?

changing the Settings-> Technical-> Database settings -> Decimal Accuracy > scal Weigh did not change anything too.
(by turned on the Techical features )

 

Thanks for Answer

AK

Thanks for answer, it is Working Now with new UoM and correct categorie as you mentioned.

AK
on 1/29/15, 7:35 AM

No problem AK! Please consider upvoting the answer if it helped you :) This shows others this is a good answer and gives me some karma.

Yenthe
on 1/29/15, 7:46 AM
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Yenthe
On 1/29/15, 5:59 AM

Hi AK

The weight number is determinated by the weight category you've set on the product. You can set this on the product (under sales > Products). Create a product KG which you give the weight category kg and a product G which you give the weight category g.
You will then see in the Point of sale that the KG product shows x.xxx kg and the G product shows x.xx kg.
I believe that is what you're looking for?

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