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Hi, I'm working with a product which has an inventory unit of '25 litre can' , which I've setup with a Unit class of 'Quanity', (like 'Each)', but I want to report it in Litres.
However I cannot setup a 'Standard unit conversion' which applies to all items becuase I've setup the Litres unit of measure as a 'Liquid volume'
I read that Unit class is used with 'Base unit' to simplify setting up of conversion of units within the same class - but does it have any other purpose within the system?
For instance, what would happen if I 'cheat' and setup Litres with a unit class of 'Quantity'? Then I'd be able to setup just one 'standard' unit conversion and it'd apply to all items using those units.
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