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purchase table

id purchase_id product_id qty net_unit_cost created_at

1 1 1 10 10 2022-10-10
2 2 1 15 12 2022-10-10

Sale table

sale_id product_id qty net_unit_price created_at

1 1 11 15 2022-10-10

in this, if i sold '11' units then how can i subtract from the rows to get remaining units? i've to subtract '10' units from first row and '1' unit from second row. Please help how to calculate fifo in php

What I have tried:

<?php

// stock_outcomes
$db = mysqli_connect('localhost','root','','pos1010');
$sql = mysqli_query($db,"SELECT * FROM `product_sales` WHERE product_id=1003");


while($mas = mysqli_fetch_array($sql)){
    
       echo    $OutcomeId=$mas[0];
echo "</br>";
        echo   $OutcomeBarCode=$mas[2];
echo "</br>";
        echo   $OutcomeQuantity=$mas[6]; 
    





/* - Start code */
if ($OutcomeQuantity > 0) {
$sql1 = mysqli_query($db,"SELECT * FROM `product_purchases` WHERE qty>0 and product_id=1003 order by id asc");
$mas1 = mysqli_fetch_assoc($sql1);

while($mas1 = mysqli_fetch_array($sql1)){
    //filing stock_outcomes_fifo 

        echo $IncomeId = $mas1[0];
        echo "</br>";
        echo $IncomeQuantity = $mas1[6];
        echo "</br>";
       echo $IncomeUnitPrice = $mas1[9];
       echo "</br>";
        echo $IncomeLeftv = $mas[6];

         $OutcomePart = min($OutcomeQuantity, $IncomeLeftv);
        $FifoLeftv = $IncomeQuantity - $OutcomeQuantity; 
        $FifoCost = $IncomeUnitPrice * $OutcomePart;

         $ins=mysql_query("INSERT INTO `stock_outcomes_fifo` (BarCode,IncomeId,OutcomeId,OutcomePart,UnitPrice,Leftv,Cost) VALUES ($OutcomeBarCode, $IncomeId, $OutcomeId, $OutcomePart, $IncomeUnitPrice, $FifoLeftv, $FifoCost)");      

        $upd = mysqli_query($db,"UPDATE `product_purchases` SET qty = ".$FifoLeftv." WHERE Id = ".$IncomeId."");

        $OutcomeQuantity -= $OutcomePart;
        if ($OutcomeQuantity <= 0) break;
    }

    // $OutcomeCostQuery =mysqli_query($db, "select sum(Cost) as summ from stock_outcomes_fifo where OutcomeId = ".$OutcomeId."");
    // $OutcomeCost = mysql_query($OutcomeCostQuery);
    // $OutcomeCostResult = mysql_fetch_array($OutcomeCost);        
    // mysql_query("UPDATE `stock_outcomes` SET Cost = ".$OutcomeCostResult["summ"]." WHERE Id = ".$OutcomeId."");
}
 /* - Finish code */
}
?>
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Updated 21-Oct-22 3:59am
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Richard Deeming 21-Oct-22 8:12am    
The What I have tried box is where you show us the code you've tried, and explain precisely where you are stuck.

Copying the question into that box tells us you've tried precisely nothing.
Member 15805385 21-Oct-22 8:19am    
i am trying many codes but no result.. Can you please help me. Can u send me code.
Richard MacCutchan 21-Oct-22 8:20am    
You first need to check that you have enough stock for that product to fulfil the request. That means reading all rows for the product and getting the total. You then need to subtract the amounts from each item until you have taken the total stock. In this case it will leave one row with zero stock.
Member 15805385 21-Oct-22 8:30am    
can you write a code?
Richard MacCutchan 21-Oct-22 8:33am    
No, because I do not have enough knowledge of your system. I have given you the logic to do it so it should not be too difficult for you to write and test.

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