How to set UOM as Square Meter

Hi All;

Please any buddy tel me how to set UOM as Square Meter.
Actually What I tried
> As I m dealing with Wood businees and I will buy Plywoods based on Square Meter (1 plywood sheet=2.44m*1.22 m or 2440mm*1220 mm)
>And I will use plywoods for manufacturing some items and plywoods are used in manufacturing based on Square Meter(ie length & width) ie to manufacture table I will use only 400mm*400mm of plywood in one sheet plywood(2440mm*1220)
>How should I use UOM as Sq.Meter in ERPNext and how should I deal with Length*Width? 

Regards,
Rahul



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Hi Rahul,

AFAIK, aren't the sheet sizes fixed, making them a unique Item Code?
I think the unit should be 1 Sheet, while the Item Description has the data of Square Meters.


-Anand.


On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 5:59 PM, rahul nejanawar <ra…@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi All;

Please any buddy tel me how to set UOM as Square Meter.
Actually What I tried
> As I m dealing with Wood businees and I will buy Plywoods based on Square Meter (1 plywood sheet=2.44m*1.22 m or 2440mm*1220 mm)
>And I will use plywoods for manufacturing some items and plywoods are used in manufacturing based on Square Meter(ie length & width) ie to manufacture table I will use only 400mm*400mm of plywood in one sheet plywood(2440mm*1220)
>How should I use UOM as Sq.Meter in ERPNext and how should I deal with Length*Width?

Regards,
Rahul



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Thank You Anand,

We buy plywood sheets based on Square Meter and in manufacturing also we cut plywoods based on Length*Width(Sq.Meter).
Then how should i deal with this?
Ex:If I take 1sheet(2440mm*1220mm) for cutting and in that I will cut only 1220mm*610mm and then I will remain with 1220mm*610mm plywood, so how should I do this or use this in ERPNext?

Regards,
Rahul


On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 6:10 PM, Anand Doshi <an...@erpnext.com> wrote:
Hi Rahul,

AFAIK, aren't the sheet sizes fixed, making them a unique Item Code?
I think the unit should be 1 Sheet, while the Item Description has the data of Square Meters.


-Anand.


On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 5:59 PM, rahul nejanawar <ra…@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi All;

Please any buddy tel me how to set UOM as Square Meter.
Actually What I tried
> As I m dealing with Wood businees and I will buy Plywoods based on Square Meter (1 plywood sheet=2.44m*1.22 m or 2440mm*1220 mm)
>And I will use plywoods for manufacturing some items and plywoods are used in manufacturing based on Square Meter(ie length & width) ie to manufacture table I will use only 400mm*400mm of plywood in one sheet plywood(2440mm*1220)
>How should I use UOM as Sq.Meter in ERPNext and how should I deal with Length*Width?

Regards,
Rahul



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Workaround would be to have units in Square Meters. Add Custom Fields, Length and Width and write a custom script to calculate Qty as Length * Width.

-Anand.



On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 6:41 PM, rahul nejanawar <ra…@gmail.com> wrote:
Thank You Anand,

We buy plywood sheets based on Square Meter and in manufacturing also we cut plywoods based on Length*Width(Sq.Meter).
Then how should i deal with this?

Ex:If I take 1sheet(2440mm1220mm) for cutting and in that I will cut only 1220mm610mm and then I will remain with 1220mm*610mm plywood, so how should I do this or use this in ERPNext?


Regards,
Rahul


On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 6:10 PM, Anand Doshi <an...@erpnext.com> wrote:
Hi Rahul,

AFAIK, aren't the sheet sizes fixed, making them a unique Item Code?
I think the unit should be 1 Sheet, while the Item Description has the data of Square Meters.


-Anand.


On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 5:59 PM, rahul nejanawar <ra…@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi All;

Please any buddy tel me how to set UOM as Square Meter.
Actually What I tried
> As I m dealing with Wood businees and I will buy Plywoods based on Square Meter (1 plywood sheet=2.44m*1.22 m or 2440mm*1220 mm)
>And I will use plywoods for manufacturing some items and plywoods are used in manufacturing based on Square Meter(ie length & width) ie to manufacture table I will use only 400mm*400mm of plywood in one sheet plywood(2440mm*1220)
>How should I use UOM as Sq.Meter in ERPNext and how should I deal with Length*Width?

Regards,
Rahul



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