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New changeset f4c28c30f9ba by Sergi Almacellas Abellana in branch 'default': Allow lost and found on inventory moves and production outputs https://hg.tryton.org/tryton-env/rev/f4c28c30f9ba
New changeset 56d0e5a4d621 by Sergi Almacellas Abellana in branch 'default': Allow lost_found as output of production https://hg.tryton.org/modules/production/rev/56d0e5a4d621
I'm wondering if we should not define the lost_found locations that can be used per production location. This is to make echo with issue9071.
If the "waste" is valuable then it is not a waste but a product that you move in the proper location like any other parts produced.
Production is not always assembling parts, but most of the time it's crafting things (with hand tools to CNC-machines). For example, a metal workshop is producing parts by CNC milling raw blocks of titanium. The raw block ways 1kg and after milling only 300 grams are left which is the actual product. So 700 grams are "waste". However this "waste" can be sold to a recycling company who melts the "waste" to create a new raw block. The same for a wood workshop. They can sell the waste so other companies can do things with it. Other times the waste have to be treated as chemical waste, so extra care has to be taken. In short, this waste is valuable waste and can be sold. I think in such cases you want to create a location with type "waste" or something.
I think we need more feedback on this topic.
> When I saw that product going to lost_found are excluded from cost computation, I think there is something not clear with this feature. I excluded from lost computation because I understand that the cost of this products going to be trashed are already taken in account on the inputs. If you trashed some output, you will need to add more inputs in order to produce the required product quantity. > Also probably it should not use lost_found but maybe a scrap/trash location. For me there is no need to create a new type as if you want to separate the inventory losts from the production trashes two different locations can be used. If the user does not want to separate them, the same location can be used.
When I saw that product going to lost_found are excluded from cost computation, I think there is something not clear with this feature. Also probably it should not use lost_found but maybe a scrap/trash location.
Here is review33931002 which implements it
I think it makes sense to allow to directly scrap some output of the production.
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