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Epicor Units Forced to Whole Numbers

Epicor Units Forced to Whole Numbers

Epicor Units Forced to Whole Numbers

(OP)
Hello,

I need some serious help. Suppose I am using the configurator to order half of a gallon of paint per wall. The method rule would look something like this: JobMtl.QtyPer = (0.5) * Wall. Now let's say I only have one wall. If I run the configurator and input one wall, it will order "0" gallons of paint. I don't want to use the round function to fix this because I will be ordering much more material than I need in the end if I have more than one rule ordering the same type of paint.

Thanks for any help!

RE: Epicor Units Forced to Whole Numbers

(OP)
Found out what happened. When you copy to excel, the material quantities are forced to whole numbers. So be warned, the true quantity is only seen on the details page of that quote.

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