Product Replenishment Costby Camptocamp https://github.com/OCA/margin-analysis , GRAP https://github.com/OCA/margin-analysis , Odoo Community Association (OCA) https://github.com/OCA/margin-analysis
|Also available in version||v 12.0 v 9.0 v 8.0|
Product Replenishment Cost
Provides an overridable method on product which compute the Replenishment cost of a product. By default it just returns the value of “Cost price” field, but using the product_cost_incl_bom module, it will return the costing from the bom.
As it is a generic module, you can also setup your own way of computing the replenishment_cost for your product.
All OCA modules to compute margins are based on it, so you’ll be able to use them in your own way.
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Due to framework limitation, the field replenishment_cost is not company dependent, while standard_price is. (in the recent Odoo versions)
It is due to the current impossibility to make working computed field between two field company_dependent=True.
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