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Im doing a testing for my new Odoo9 setup
I did a purchase order for
i) Item1 - 100units - $5.00each
ii) Item2 - 50dozens - $12.00each ($1.00perUnit)
Total Cost $1100.00
I received Item2 in two lots (300units/300units).
I did a Landed cost of $77 (7%) tax, split by costing ($35/$42) was accurate and so is stock valuation.
I did a sales order + invoice + delivery
a) Item1 - 100units @ $10each , Item2 - 300units (150units from Lot1, 150units from Lot2). @ $2.25 each.
The problem is the accounted value (COS) for item1 is correct at $535.00
But the accounted value for 150units Lot1 is $276.00 , and 150units Lot2 is $276.00
This would amount to cost of $1.84 for each (which should be $1.07)
Now when i sold the balance stock of (150units/150units) the accounted value COS is still $276/$276.
Now my Inventory account is at -$462.00 , and my Inventory Valuation is zero.
Is this a bug? This would be disastrous when i commit to Odoo for my stock inventory and accounts.
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|Asked: 11/22/15, 11:33 AM|
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