Costing method: Last Purchase Price

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Odoo Online
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Odoo Apps Dependencies Inventory (stock)
Purchase (purchase)
Discuss (mail)
Invoicing (account)
Lines of code 197
Technical Name stock_last_purchase_price
LicenseAGPL-3
Websitehttps://www.openhrms.com
Versions 16.0 17.0 12.0 13.0 15.0 14.0
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Costing method: Last Purchase Price

Introducing new costing method 'Last Purchase Price' in Odoo

Overview

This module allows you to update your product's cost as your last purchase price and changes the stock valuation based on that

Configuration

After installing the module, Select the newly added costing method in product category. Provide 'Price Difference Account' too if you are following automated inventory valuation.

Features

New Costing Method

A New Costing Method Is Added To The List And Can Be Chosen From Product Category Form

Last Purchase Price

Cost Price Of Products Will Be Updated With Their Last Purchase Price

Stock Valuation Report

Takes Last Purchase Price In Stock Valuation Report

Price Difference Account

Automatically Posting Price Difference Related Accounting Entries To The 'Price Difference Account' When We Use Automated Inventory Valuation

Screenshots

Product form

Product category

Purchase order created with new cost

Cost updated in product form

Journal Item generated by the price change

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Ok, but...
by
fernando.milesi.8@gmail.com
on 7/18/23, 9:20 AM

You should be carefull with de stock valuation. This module updates stock valuation in the account journal, but not in the stock valuation layer. This cause, for example, stock valuation decreases to negative if we buy with increasing costs. On the other hand, IMHO the price difference account is not for this purpose.
I make some changes, i'm using it, useful mainly in inflationary contexts. So thanks.

Re: Ok, but...
by
Cybrosys Technologies
on 7/20/23, 12:53 AM Author

Yes, Fernando.
This is not a good practice anyway. Still, some users need this. 


Only works on Automated Inventory Valuation.
by
Bilal Shehab
on 5/30/22, 12:24 PM

Tried the add-on it's useful, but unfortunately it only works on Automated Inventory Valuation.

While on Manual Inventory Valuation it gives this error:

  File "/opt/odoo15/odoo-custom-addons/stock_last_purchase_price/models/stock.py", line 44, in product_price_update_before_done
    move.product_id.with_context(force_company=move.company_id.id).sudo().write({'standard_price': new_std_price})
UnboundLocalError: local variable 'new_std_price' referenced before assignment

Please advise. Thank you