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A complex product with 3 products A-B-C . A = $ 10 B = $ 20 C - $ 30 So the complex product has at least a $ 60 dollar cost price. You can print the structure of a BOM, but is there a way to show cost price of each part and add them together ?
Best regards Andre
You can build your own custom module for this requirement . You can proceed in these ways: You should first inherit mrp.bom and add a new field 'price_unit': fields.float('Unit Price') and redefine the onchange_product_id function define compute_price and compute_total function to calculate "line price" and "total price" Then you have to inherit mrp.production and define compute_production_cost function to update cost_price from BOM. We have created this custom module and it works perfect , in my module it takes avg purcahse price in BOM and we added an extra tab to manufactring form to compute Production Cost , in that tab you can add extra charges like electicity etc.. , that charges also added to cost by calculating per_unit charge depending on UOM. for any help you can contact: email@example.com
The problem is that the report doesn't take modifications made by product_cost_incl_bom. So you have to modify mrp/report/price.py and change two things:
line 68 "std_price = product_uom_pool._compute_price(cr, uid, prod.uom_id.id, prod.standard_price, to_uom_id=product_uom.id)" by "std_price = product_uom_pool._compute_price(cr, uid, prod.uom_id.id, prod.cost_price, to_uom_id=product_uom.id)"
line 150 "total_strd = number * product.standard_price" by "total_strd = number * product.cost_price"
The module product_cost_incl_bom also have to be modified (!) by changing line 62 "std_price = sub_product.standard_price" by "std_price = sub_product.cost_price" Hope this help.
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