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Re: [v8] UoP > UoM Coefficient

by
Quentin THEURET
- 12/19/2014 18:21:17
On 20/12/2014 00:17, Alan Bell wrote:
> but where do you enter the coefficient if they are different categories?
> The coefficient is the multiplier to the base UOM of the category, like
> meters or kilogramme.

I think you have to define a matrix of conversion between the differents 
UoM. For example, between a kilogram and a liter.

The matrix can be generic for all products but you must have the 
possibility to define a matrix per product and/or product categories 
because the coefficient can be different for a specific product.

Regards,

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