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Re: MRP Metered Productsby
DevCO Colombia , David Arnold
Hi Nhomar! Thank you for your response, with server actions and ir_rule, it is a great workaround and solves the problem for now.
Do you know, by chance, if this will be taken into account for v10 MRP? If not, maybe there is still a chance to include it in the requirements for a build in solution?
ad 1.2, the costing logic I can better set on the production location and keep the expense account as a expense account (gasto), likewise StockOut account. Like this in the case of water, is still is a gasto, except for the amount you actually use in production, which is transferred to finished products account. But, I think for this to work, it needs to be done with an extra procurement rule, as laid out above, so no purchase order is created (which would touch expense accounts), just a stock transfer (which only touches stock accounts). I mean practically speaking, you also need water to clean the floor, etc...
El jue., 21 abr. 2016 a las 22:17, Nhomar Hernandez (<firstname.lastname@example.org>) escribió:
On Thu, Apr 21, 2016 at 9:27 PM, David Arnold <email@example.com> wrote:Best, David
1.- Procure the product as make2order, set the supplier of such purchase order as your service provider (gas and/or water)1.5.- Try to set an stimated cost there.1.6.- Set the expense account as COGS account.2.- Create a reorder point with minimun 0 max 13.- Create a server action **on_create that validate and receive the purchase order for you. (python knowledge is needed)You will never see the purchase order, you can even hide them with a simple ir.rule if it bothers you.Done!