IRC logs of #tryton for Tuesday, 2011-07-26

chat.freenode.net #tryton log beginning Tue Jul 26 00:00:02 CEST 2011
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version2betacedk: Hello & good afternoon! I need to implement kit products in Tryton. It's like a BOM, but the only processing is to compile the pieces into one bag or box at time of shipment (although it could happen in advance too). The wish is to sell one part number comprised of several other parts. Would your BOM module on code review work for this? What is the status - was it released?13:26
udonoversion2beta: The BOM Module provides recipe definitions about how to produce/calculate and maybe packing a product made of other products. There is no other functionality so far.13:35
udonoversion2beta: But as I think about it, you can not use it for packing. Because every bag or box needed to be a product, too.13:37
version2betaudono: That sounds like much of the functionality I need. We're basically packing a product made of other products.13:37
cedkversion2beta: and the result is a new product?13:38
version2betaudono: I assume you mean the kit product, not the physical bag or box. Seems like that would be standard.13:38
version2betaudono: Yes. Product Z is 2 of product A and 1 of product B.13:38
version2betaudono: So when an order for Z comes through, they pick 2xA and 1xB and put them in a box to send to customer.13:39
cedkversion2beta: do you need a production order or just have on the shipment the sub-products?13:39
version2betaudono: I prefer not to have a production order, though I can deal with it if needed.13:39
version2betaudono: Shipment only.13:39
cedkversion2beta: I think it is doable with a small module that add the definition of the composites of a product and override the sale method that create the shipment to replace those products by the right one13:44
version2betaNan-tic has a module for OpenERP similar to what you describe. In their module, the shipment lists both the composite products and the component products. But this should be relatively easy - still part of the override.13:46
version2betaudono: [Sorry, trying to make myself indicate conversation more consistently.] Nan-tic has a module for OpenERP similar to what you describe. In their module, the shipment lists both the composite products and the component products. But this should be relatively easy - still part of the override.13:46
cedkversion2beta: except that you are talking to me I guess :-)13:47
version2betacedk: It's very early here. Can you tell? ;-)13:47
cedkversion2beta: I don't think it is good to have the composite product on the shipment because it will generate wrong stock move13:47
version2betacedk: Please accept my apologies. I'm red with embarrassment.13:47
cedkversion2beta: and if you have to compute cost price, you will have wrong stock values13:48
version2betacedk: Yes, I can see how that would be. Yet the end customer should see something on the shipping documents consistent with what they ordered.13:48
version2betacedk: But that can be generated from the sale order.13:49
cedkversion2beta: yes if is better to print the order from the sale13:49
cedkversion2beta: most of the time, you got 2 papers the order and the shipment13:50
version2betacedk: I think both are necessary, the invoice and and delivery order. But I can include on the delivery order the lines from the invoice.13:50
cedkversion2beta: I don't know, it is clear for the customer that the product Z is composed of product A and B?13:52
version2betacedk: When the customer orders, it is clear to them they are buying a kit and what the kit contains. But that memory will fade in the days between order and receipt, and for those customers who pay attention to such things as packing slips, they will remember the made a simple order and received a complicated list of parts. (Many kits are made of more than 2 parts.)13:54
cedkversion2beta: ok so perhaps the shipment order could be customized to recompose the composite product13:57
cedkversion2beta: but it can be complicated with partial shipment etc.13:59
version2betacedk: re shipping order, I agree. I don't see that as standard functionality. The standard document can include the actual parts shipped, and this is both intuitive and simple.14:00
cedkversion2beta: I think you should give to the customer both the order and the shipment documents14:00
version2betacedk: We do. The sales order is delivered by email when the order is confirmed. The invoice is delivered by email when the funds are captured (after picking, before shipping). And the delivery order is included with the shipment.14:01
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grek324hello, is there an english forum for tryton?19:01
cedkgrek324: http://groups.tryton.org/19:01
nicoeThere is no forum but there is google groups.19:01
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grek324ok, i've never used this before, but i will have a lock19:02
grek324look19:02
grek324thx19:02
cedknicoe: indeed google groups is a forum19:03
grek324I installed tryton with python EasyInstall. Now I want to config tryton but there is no file under "/etc/trytond.conf" ?19:03
cedkgrek324: yes easyinstall can not create those files19:05
cedkgrek324: you can extract it from the tgz19:05
grek324ok, thx19:06
grek324I dont like http://groups.tryton.org/ Its not like a forum, every message have to be confirmed by an admin?19:34
grek324or how does it works?19:34
grek324After Pryton EasyInstall on Ubuntu 10.04 for tryton & trytond i got the following error:  ImportError: No module named psycopg2.pool19:36
grek324Cannot find a solution19:36
grek324or a module called psycopg219:36
grek324ok, ist not a tryton module, its a python mudule, installed.19:40
grek324But it is not listet as a Prerequisites under http://doc.tryton.org/2.0/tryton/doc/installation.html19:41
grek324python-psycopg219:42
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