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Jun 12, 2007 at 05:15 PM

Alternate UoM

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Hi,

We have a material with the Base UoM as EA. We want to use the alternate unit of measure as M3. The issue is with the conversion of EA to M3.

The conversion factor is 1 EA = .0535824 M3.

As you know the numerator / denominator value for conversion in the UoM can be max 99,999. So at the max we can define the conversion as :

535 M3 = 10,000 EA which makes 1 EA = .0535 M3 (closest possible).

As volume increases the remaining '.0000<b>824'</b> could be significant to the business.

Is there a way we can define this conversion 1 EA = .0535824 M3.

Thanx,

Pravin