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I'm setting up Openerp 7 for the first time. Have gone though a large part of the manuals and tutorials but am getting stuck at what I think should be a simple problem to solve. I'm buying stock in one currency (e.g. USD) and selling this in another currency (e.g. EUR). How do I tell Openerp that products supplied by a particular supplier should be priced in USD in the purchase order? I've looked at price lists but these are as clear as mud and I don't believe it should be that complicated. Am I missing something? I'm not to worried about the accounting part of it at the moment. All I want to see is that a product was purchase for X USD and later sold for Y EUR. (I guess it could be as simple as in the product form the Sale Price in USD and the Procurement Cost Price in EUR. Can that be done ?)
By default, OpenERP has two kind of pricelists: Sale Pricelist and Purchase Pricelist. Those pricelists are automatically set in the Customer/Supplier form as a Property. In the Purchase Pricelist form, Set your currency as USD and In the Sale Pricelist form, Set your currency as EUR. Now, whenever you will create a Purchase Order/Sale Order, it will automatically consider related pricelist currency for the process. Hope this will help you.
Thanks, Priyesh Solanki
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