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With delivery module, two new fields were added for weight to stock.picking: weight and weight_bulk.
weight = fields.Float(compute='_cal_weight', digits=dp.get_precision('Stock Weight'), store=True)
weight_bulk = fields.Float('Bulk Weight', compute='_compute_bulk_weight')
Here is how both are calculated:
for picking in self:
picking.weight = sum(move.weight for move in picking.move_lines if move.state != 'cancel')
weight = 0.0
uom_obj = self.env['product.uom']
for packop in self.pack_operation_ids:
if packop.product_id and not packop.result_package_id:
weight += uom_obj._compute_qty_obj(packop.product_uom_id , packop.product_qty, packop.product_id.uom_id) * packop.product_id.weight
self.weight_bulk = weight
First there is issues with _cal_weight witch doesn't take care of the UoM at all. And after looking in the code from different carriers in the enterprise modules, I realized delivery_ups and delivery_dhl use weight_bulk but the other simply use the weight field.
Anyone making since of this?
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