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Hoping maybe someone can help or at least point me in the right direction. I will start by explaining what I am looking for. I run the warehouse for an electrical contractor. We are growing in size so my current methods of keeping our inventory is becoming out dated. We do not sell to the public all I need is just a raw and basic inventory system. We mostly deal in agricultural(chicken/hog houses, etc) so I keep a warehouse stocked with enough to supply all the electrical for a brand new one of these builds plus obviously we do the service calls so enough material to cover these items plus tools. That being said all I ever do is add and subtract stock. What I am wanting currently is to be able to make barcodes for our items and place it on the shelf. Scan said barcode and say 20qty to be removed and it updates our inventory. And the reverse for adding it back in. I read that it can scan barcodes for items but can you make them cause I cant use the barcodes from the manufacturers cause I can have one type of relay for instance made by 8 different companies. So to summarize: Can you make barcodes using Inventoria ? What kind of device options do I have for scanning and do I need additional software for them? Will it update as I add and remove, and can I do it in quantity or do I have to scan the same label a 100 times? Thanks for any help and any additional info is appreciated.
Hello, First of all thank you for your great products. Does Copper support Barcode Printing Scale? Can Copper decode the barcode that printed by scale ? I want to buy barcode printing scale for my supermarket but i think that Copper can not decode that barcode. For example: The barcode which is printed by scale contains these numbers: 0 002900 002500. Number 002900 is the potatoe's item number. And 00250 means that the potatoe's weight is 250 grams. So devolopers can add the option for barcode printing scales. We add the item number 2900 as Potatoe and Copper determines item and weight (250 gr) then multiples the potatoe's 1kg unit price(for example 3 dollars) to weight (250 gr) .. 3*0.250= 0.750 dollars. I think that that's great idea and the devolopers will add this function easily I am waiting for your answer, Best regards, Yusif from Azerbaijan.