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UoM ratio rounding issue: enter 6, what gets saved is 5.999999999988 (V8)

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Chris Z.
on 3/2/15, 2:06 PM 548 views

I am having troubles with defining UoM ratio as 6 (or 3,7,etc) which causing strange side effects while trying in reception and delveiry of the product. 

Basically when saving 6 as ratio to reference UoM I am getting 5.999999999988  which causes issues with using larger quantities (seems that quants are not correct or rounded incorrectly).

Any solution or work around is recommended?

This was an (~20) October version of Odoo, just did a fresh install and that looks OK like in your screenshot. I hope the upgrade works fine for me :-)

Chris Z.
on 3/2/15, 7:28 PM
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Ray Carnes
On 3/2/15, 7:24 PM

WHERE are you getting 5.99999 ?

I just entered 6 and it saved as 6:

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