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Re: Production Costingby
David Arnold BA HSG / Analista
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I am really sorry and confused with your mail and loss the focus.
I was not ready to accept the concept Analytic before. After consider many options I derived the conclusion that it's an a easy way to address simple and complicated production using analytic.
With minimal modification we can achieve this and analytic will be zero after the production. It's acting like a temporary control account.
The best is even expenses for Production can be booked from journals or supplier invoice (cost of sub contract, Utility bills)
Actual material cost will book from stock transfer (consumption).
Overheads can be booked many ways using Analytic.
I strongly recommend to think to use analytic in production.
pad: https://pad.odoo.com/p/Production_CostingOn Aug 27, 2014 8:06 AM, "David Arnold" <email@example.com> wrote: