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Peter Koenderink Mexique
23/08/2018 09:31

Zbik, thank you so much.

This did the trick: See master menu Settings: /Settings/Technical/Database Structure/Decimal Accuracy/Product Unit of Measure

It is really easy and works like a charm! Thanks to everybody for helping!

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Anil R. Kesariya (AKE) Inde
24/08/2018 01:50

Yes, this is also a good solutions, wherever "Unit of Measure" precision parameter will be passed it will reflect there. but if you just want to change sale price qty decimal precision then you have to inherit the model and need to update precision on digits parameter.

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Mike Donahue États Unis
23/08/2018 13:48

I use this in my QWeb reports to show a quantity of 1:

Changes the decimal for UoM to no decimal.

<span t-esc="'{0:,.0f}'.format(int(o.product_qty))"/> 

0f is saying zero decimals.  1f would be one decimal place, etc.  I hope this points you in the right direction.

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Zbik Pologne
23/08/2018 15:36

See master menu Settings: /Settings/Technical/Database Structure/Decimal Accuracy/Product Unit of Measure

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Peter Koenderink Mexique
23/08/2018 15:45

Perfect, this worked for me. Thank you!

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Abdelaziz Égypte
22/07/2019 20:57

Note on Mike Donahue solution:
you need to remove the int() function in order to show the fraction itself not only zeros
so it should be <span t-esc="'{0:,.0f}'.format(o.product_qty)"/>

Thanks again for Mike Donahue!

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Anil R. Kesariya (AKE) Inde
23/08/2018 12:39

Hi Peter,

Yes, default qty is displayed with 3 decimals, like you said, 1.000,

If you want to display 1 only instead of 1.000 you need to set decimal precision on that field by using "digits" property of the field

E. g.

from odoo import fields, models
class SaleOrderLine(models.Model):
inherit = 'sale.order.line'
product_uom_qty = fields.Float(string='Quantity', digits=(16, 0), required=Truedefault=1)


digits =  (16,0) is value for your present need, you can give the value according to your need, you needed 1.0 change it to (16,1) if needed 1.00 then change it to (16,2).

Hope this would help you.

Rgds,

Anil

    

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