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Stock decimals issue

Aitor Bouzas
on 8/5/15, 3:04 AM 435 views


I'm having a weird situation: When I create a purchase order with some lines with decimals products (1.423 for example) and the related picking is created, if I try to transfer it, the stock_transfer_details wizard will round the product quantities to the upper int (in this case it will show 2 instead of 1.423).

I explored a bit, and saw that this units are taken from product_qty (that for no reason writes 2 instead of 1.423 in the database) instead from product_uom_qty and then, the stock_transfer_details takes the product quantity from stock.pack.operation.

Can someone just throw some light on how can we solve this?



Ahmed M.Elmubarak

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Ahmed M.Elmubarak
On 8/5/15, 3:22 AM


I just checked a transfer with 1.423 and all things fine,

just check the Unit of Measure of the product has Rounding Precision like: 0.00010


-First you need to ensure you're managing different unit of measures:

- Got to Settings->Configurations->Sales->Product Features, then tick: Allow using different units of measure.

-Under Sales->Configurations, you'll find Units of Measure just create new one for testing, you'll find the Rounding Precision

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- Then you can use this uom in your product

I hope this will helps


Please, could you tell me where can I check this? Thanks for your help.

Aitor Bouzas
on 8/5/15, 4:28 AM

Updated my answer..

Ahmed M.Elmubarak
on 8/5/15, 5:39 AM

Thank you very much Ahmed, it worked perfectly. The problem was that the default UOM was "Units" and it's rounding was "1". Thanks again.

Aitor Bouzas
on 8/5/15, 7:48 AM

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