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I created a new UoM called "Dos @ 12 Kg": Category weight and bigger than the reference UoM (Kg) with ratio = 12 with rounding precision 0.010
The system automatically changes its ratio to 12.000000000048
When I tried to deliver a product with this UoM, it causes a problem below:
The unit of measure rounding does not allow you to ship "100.0 Dos @ 12Kg", only rounding of "0.0 Dos @ 12Kg" is accepted by the Unit of Measure.
I have created other UoM similar to this "Dos @ 12Kg" but only this one is causing problems. What am I doing wrong?
UoM and the Secret of the double Inversion !!!
Or the 7 Errors Game : Who can Find the error?
Bigger than and Smaller Than: LET ME SEE YOU !!! https://www.dropbox.com/s/goltw2x06h9bae2/Let me see you.png?dl=0
The Arithmetic (From the product.py):
Ratio = 12
factor_inv = 1 / Ratio = 0.083333333333
1 / factor_inv = 1 / 0.083333333333 = 12,000000000048 = Ratio
Let's play now: With the Wrong Tooltip and the Double Inversion
Ratio Smaller than https://www.dropbox.com/s/4s0ru3z60iv4low/Factor - Smaller than.png?dl=0
Ratio Bigger than https://www.dropbox.com/s/35wonm604bpil0o/Factor - Bigger than.png?dl=0
Added on 11/23/2014
After the Odoo updates on 08, 09 and 16 October 2014 this issue (and other issues related to UoM conversion) can be considered as (partially) solved.
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