IRC logs of #tryton for Monday, 2019-08-12 #tryton log beginning Mon 12 Aug 2019 12:00:01 AM CEST
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wifasoifor the "keep track of inventory ownership" (
wifasoii was thinking12:08
wifasoican be an viable option to use a lot for each person (and add a field to the lot, that link a lot to a party)12:08
wifasoiit's ok to manage the asset of the company/assocaition  like cedk suggested, but an association need to keep track of what is donated to the association, and what is leased.12:08
wifasoidisregard that last sentence.. keeping track of the donated object as an asset is a good option.12:08
wifasoithe problem with the "a lot for each person" is that i cannot use barcode anymore. Should an "analytic stock"/"meta lot" feature a solution to that?12:08
wifasoi(I'm imaging a general solution were each product have a barcode, but you want to group a set of barcode as a "meta lot".)12:08
wifasoiin my case is to have a barcode on each good, and a group of barcode belong to a party/lot12:08
cedkwifasoi: what about adding metadata to the lot, like owner12:08
wifasoithat will work too (for my case atleast)12:08
wifasoilike the lot_sled module12:08
wifasoibut what about the user case above, If I'm using a lot as a barcode.. how I keep track of witch production run the barcode belong?12:08
wifasoishould this be a custom module that add metadata, or can be generalize in some way?12:08
cedkwifasoi: I do not understand the problem12:08
wifasoisorry, let's change scenario (for my work)12:08
wifasoiI ask some company to produce a product (100 for example) for me.12:08
wifasoithen i need to serialize it, because i need to keep track my installations (the user/party A have the product with serial code #1 for example)12:08
wifasoinow i see a problem in some product with serial code #1, #20, #30 (belonging to from the same production run)12:08
wifasoiso it will be handy to keep track witch serial number belong to witch production run12:08
wifasoiso if I use the lot for serial number purpose, i don't have a mechanism for keeping track from witch production run the product belongs to12:08
cedkwifasoi: you can search for all production that contains as output move the lot12:08
wifasoiok, makes sense. It's a bit overkill.. but is  a viable solution (for work i just wanted a way to keep track of the inventory)12:08
cedkindeed we are missing two views that create a tree for a lot which display all the usages up and down12:08
cedkI'm pretty sure we have an issue or blueprint about that but I can not find12:08
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pokolicedk: we discussed it on!msg/tryton/6fSdXWDSe9M/ElIsGE9dAwAJ but I do not think the issue was never created13:08
pokoliwifasoi: It will be great if you can propose an implementation for this :)13:08
wifasoiwell, yes.. that's was the goal :)13:08
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mrichezhi, need some help with mercurial and subversion...14:08
mrichezin tryton_env, when doing an "hg pull -u", it's always asking me " subrepository modules/account_dunning_fee diverged (local revision: 5a0172cb4566, remote revision: 6eac3272b58d)14:08
mrichez(M)erge, keep (l)ocal [working copy] or keep (r)emote [destination]?"14:08
mrichezfor each module...14:08
cedkmrichez: it means you have modification in the repo14:08
mrichezbut if going inside module directory, and doing "hg pull -u", don't have the question... pull update is launching directly14:08
mrichezi don't have modifications in the repo... so have the question asked for each module... don't understand why14:08
cedkmrichez: it is not that you are not up to date, subrepo always ensure that but you have commits14:08
mrichezand the i interrupted the process and why i try to launch again, the pull says everything is uptodate which is not the case14:08
cedkmrichez: you must do an update not a pull14:08
mrichezcedk: but it concerns modules where i don't have commits...14:08
cedkmrichez: but you have local modifications14:08
cedkusually I answer with remote14:08
mrichezcedk: the problem is linked to documentation14:08
mrichezit 's considered as a local modification14:08
mrichezcedk: i've launched 'hg update' and again it's asking me about 'Merging, keeping local...' in module account (i don't work on this module). I made an hg diff and diff is about readme.rst14:08
mrichezand the removal of index.rst14:08
cedkmrichez: it will always ask you if you have local changes14:08
mrichezcedk: indeed but only when lauching the hg command in tryton_env ... if i'm doing the hg command in the module directory, it ask me nothing....14:08
mrichezcedk: in tryton_env, the readme.rst is considered as a local change... which is not the case...14:08
cedkmrichez: because I guess in a single repo, the command is not ambigus14:08
mrichezcedk: i'll update all my modules... i'll see next time if asking again the question...14:08
semariemrichez: if you update subrepos individually, it will ask you when you update tryton-env. by updating a subrepo directly, you change the "commit-id" for it in tryton-env. so it will ask14:08
mrichezsemarie: ok thanks for explanation14:08
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