In the link doc.openerp.com/5.0/it/book/6/6_16_Sales/6_16_Sales_pricing/ says "Don't confuse the sale price with the base price of the product."
But the tool tip in the product page for Sales Price says "Base price to compute the Customer Price"
Which one is true?
When the link in the first point tells about base price being not about the sale price, the tool tip of label 'Sale price' in the product page shows that it is the base price to compute the customer price.
Sale price : "Base price to compute the Customer Price"
Cost price : "Base price used on purchase order"
Base price simply means minimum value price, it can be vary according to the customer(Sale price), supplier(Cost price), or price lists.
Sale price is the default base price occurring in sale order
Cost price is the default base price occurring in purchase order
That what i'm saying. Let an example: customer A & customer B. We set a sale price for product as 100.
We sell the customerA with product as 100 which is the base price of the product
We defined a price list for customerB
New Price = Base Price * ( 1 + 0.0000 ) + 0.00
here the Base price value comes from the sale price field. So the new price New Price = 100 * ( 1 + 0.5000 ) + 0.00 = 150
So customerB sale price for the product is 150
But the default base price or sale price is 100 for all customer.
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