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[odoo8] how to handle Products (stock, purchase, sales) with more than 1 Quanty-paramter

Henry Lamorski
on 6/17/14, 2:46 PM 674 views


how can i handle this Product requirements for an Steel-Company:


Product: "Super Sandwichpanel"

Quanty: 14 pieces, length: 3,755m, Total: 52,57 m²

Quanty: 5 pieces, length: 2,750m, Total: 13,75 m²

Quanty: 15 pieces, length: 2,780m, Total: 41,70 m²


you can see, we have here more than one Attributes (quanty, length, total m²) for Stockkeeping.

How can this be done with odoo8?




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On 6/18/14, 1:40 AM

I think you need to decide what you actual unit of measure UOM should be.

I would say 'piece' or 'm2' your example. What unit do you price this with? Let's say you charge per m2 then I think most logical UOM is m2. I think for different lenthes of this product an attribute (like 'length') from product_custom_attributes Module might be the way to go. Maybe you can define diffierent pricing based on the "Attribute Option" (like 2.78m or 2.75m) but I am not certain of that.




Henry Lamorski
On 6/23/14, 6:26 AM

i think, the Module "product_lot_foundry" is the solution. The Module can be found in the "product-extra-addons 7.0 series" Package (https://launchpad.net/product-extra-addons/7.0).

Now, i have to port the module to odoo8... :/


Hi this module that mention the product is available for foundry lot openerp 7 I have installed this version of openerp and I wonder if there is any way to have that module because in downloads page this module but only for version 5.0 and I have tried to install the v7 but I did not sample.

Together Consulting, Carlos Carmona
on 9/2/14, 6:46 PM

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