IRC logs of #tryton for Thursday, 2015-11-19 #tryton log beginning Thu Nov 19 00:00:01 CET 2015
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Nico78Greetings! I need support to understand the way to integrate purchase transport costs plz17:47
Nico78For instance, one of my supplier apply transport fee based on purchased amount, how may I print it on the purchase order?17:48
Nico78I've circumvent it by creating a product transport in a category with right accounting account, but I think I'm totally out of subject for the purpose17:49
Nico78Moreover it means I have a product "transport", with an anormous list price with all my suppliers. Kinda weird isn't it?17:52
kstengerNico78: have you checked the purchase_shipment_cost module?18:22
Nico78Well yes, but I have to create a third party as carrier (and I don't know who my supplier will work with), setup a price grid based on weight and so on... I think I can't address my issue with it18:24
kstengeron what is the price based?18:26
Nico78depends, flate rate, cost percentage, free over a certain amount...18:28
kstengerNico78: on this module you can define a method of your own to set up the cost, you just need to extend it with your own module adding your own methods18:30
kstengersomeone else may advice you better, but i think this is quite on the track of what you need18:31
Nico78Am I supposed to define my own supplier as a carrier to make it work?18:31
kstengersure you can di that18:31
kstengerdo that*18:31
kstengeryou just need a way to relate the supplier to the carrier18:32
Nico78but I don't even know the name of my supplier's carrier18:41
kstengerso it seems your supplier is acting as a carrier, then the party will be the same for both supplier and carrier and you don't need for more relationship than that I guess. But you may want to wait for some other advice :-)18:46
Nico78yup, one option I thinks, thanks for your assistance )18:47
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Nico78_Hi back. Another noob problem I guess. I've just upgraded to 3.8 with debian (testing) All modules and db well updated, but I can't find customs modules, nor stock_landed_costs... Am I doing something wrong?20:20
Nico78_Actually I'm waiting for the cusytoms module for a while, sounds great for my application )20:21
kstengerdid you run hg npull ? I think with this command new repos as those are not added to your tree. But they should be added by default if you make a fresh hg nclone20:22
Nico78_I don't use hg but apt-get, the standard debian installer20:39
Nico78_I never managed to run the server with pip install, I've tried everything, and I'm not totally noob @unix systems, but had to turn back to apt20:40
Nico78_the testing system just port 3.8 so I was expecting to see all the modules20:41
kstengeroh then I don't know20:41
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