Thank you, I just purchased your Multi-Inventory add-on. Indeed the batch code isn't shown on the invoice. This is how it looks with the plugin I mentioned ('Product Batch for Woocommerce'):
I thought, I can make a workaround in ATOM by changing the SKU ('Artikelnummer') to Batch/BBD. On the invoice it then looks like:
So you see, that works quite well. Now I have a law-approved invoice. For me SKU isn't very important. Only problem: I had a stock of 3 of an old batch and 18 of a new batch. So I made a test order of 5, the 3 old and 2 new. The new batch I gave a different SKU number (in my case a batch code and BBD). But you see, on the invoice all 5 have the same SKU. It shouldn't be possible as there were only 3 with this SKU.
Another question, in your discription of the add-on, you say:
But how can I track back a faulty item? How do I now with batch number was in which order? In the other plugin it was visible like this:
In 'WooCommerce/Reports' there was an extra tab called 'Batches'. This was great because if I got a message that something is wrong with a batch (this happened recently) it was very easy to see who I have to send an e-mail.
It would be great to assimilate this plugin
It wasn't perfect but some thing were very good. Now it has technical issues (not tested with newer version of Wordpress) and the author doesn't respond. I can understand, it is a very specific subject for a small market. This is the link to the plugin:
plugin 'Product Batch for WooCommerce'
I hope at least the track back is possible with ATOM?
Best regards, Sander