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manufacture, warehouse, sales product unit

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rais
on 2/9/15, 8:07 PM 707 views

Hi, I have products which are manufactured in bottles, warehoused in cartoons and sold or delivered to customers in pallets, is there any way I can configure such thing in Odoo or openerp7?

@rais good question

Ankit H Gandhi(AHG)
on 2/10/15, 12:57 AM
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Mansi Kariya (mka)
On 2/10/15, 2:46 AM

Hello rais,

Of course, You can configure this things through OpenERP in all the vesions. For that you need to configure your products.

Go to Settings -> Configuration -> Warehouse, and then tick on Manage different units of measure for products to allow products to let you configure different units of measure and then click to apply.

now go to product view and configure product accordingly. from Procurement tab, you can configure purchase unit of measure, and while configuring BOM (Bill of Materials) from product, choose unit of measure you use for manufacturing here in your case choose bottles. from Information tab, set unit of measure as cartoons as this will be set for your sale order.

Note - If you want you customize or create new unit of measure according to your requirement, go to warehouse -> Configuration -> Unit of measure.

Hope this will help you.

@mka, Nice Explaination.

Mohit Kotak (MK)
on 2/10/15, 4:47 AM

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