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dirix olivier
on 2/13/15, 7:53 AM 417 views

Totally unclear, I would like to have informations because the sale price in the article is in fact the base price.

when we use the cost price in our price list , he is doing cost*( 1+ 0.57)+0  OK

when we use the supplier prices on the product form the result is 0 using the same (1+0.57)+0 formula

when we use the public Price, he is doing sale price *(1+0.57)+0 : correct but the public price is in fact than the sale price ... 

it's a nightmare , anyone cal help me ??

 

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Vasanth

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Vasanth
On 2/13/15, 9:17 AM

Hi ,

if you go into the particular pricelist  means ,you can find a one2many field named "version_id",then again select the line and then you can find another one2many field named "items_id".Normally the pricelist takes the highest sequence records.So go with the highest sequence record.If you enter you can see two fields named "price_discount" and "price_surcharge".Change the values of the 2 fields

General calculation for the price_unit of the sale.order,line is  cost(unit price of the product) * (1.0 + price_discount)+price_surcharge

For example ,

the cost = 1 ,price_discount=2 and price_surcharge=4 means ,

the price_unit value is 1 * (1+2) + 4 = 7

So you can change the values of the pricelist and checks.If the price_discount and price_surcharge values set to be 0 means there is no change in the price .You chech that values in your corresponding pricelists.

 

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