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My client is buying a product in pieces of iron (plate pieces) with specific area (length * width) and thickness from the suppliers and use these pieces in his manufacturing and inventory processes by pieces in units.
The problem is that he is buying this product by weight (in tons,) and the supplier produces invoices to the total weight for the purchased pieces in tons not in units.
Moreover, when he moves this product from/to his warehouses, he deals with piece (or unit) with specific dimensions (length * width * thickness).
Purchase uom: Ton
Warehouse uom: Unit (with dimensions: length * width * thickness)
Therefore, each piece of this product should be in unit, and in the same time has three dimensions (length * width * thickness), and should also refer to the purchase unit of measure (ton).
So, how Odoo’s can overcome this problem?
purchase : Raw steel diameter 25 mm long 5 m ans purchased 10 € per kg
This part of steel weight 10 kg. Tien thé total cost is 100 €
Manufacturing : We used this to make several parts and we manage wharehouse in mm.
for part A we used 15 MM. , for part B we used 65 mm
Wharehouse : 1 MM for 100/ 5000 >>> 1 MM for 0,02 €
First solution is create New category with uom1 = kg and uom2 = MM with coef = 1/2000
But if we have another Raw but in Wood the coef change !!
I think the best is create new class with columns : product_id , purchase_unit , product_unit , coef.
But the most is new class with columns :
unit. = purchase_unit if buy_ok = 1 Or = sales_unit if sales_ok = 1.
I try this .....but no good résul for the moment
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|Asked: 3/6/15, 2:52 AM|
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|Last updated: 10/23/15, 7:26 AM|