in our point of sale, each time 1 x product C is sold, a purchase quotation is created to buy 1 x product C. It works well.
Now, we would want that each time 1 x product A is sold in the point of sale, a purchase quotation is created for 1 x product B (and not the A)...
Product B is like a subproduct of the product A.
What would be your approach to manage this?
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