Defining pricing units of measure
You can define a master list of pricing units of measure that can be used when a product item’s pricing is based on a different unit of measure than it’s inventory unit of measure.
For example, you have product item called Apples. Apples are inventoried and sold as a unit of measure called Cases. However, the pricing is determined by the weight of each case. In this scenario, you would assign the product item Apples the inventory unit of measure Cases and the pricing unit of measure Weight.