Natrium Engine tracks groups of parts by letting users define the relationships between parts.
Version: Beta01Natrium Engine project tracks groups of parts by letting users define the relationships between parts. Users create definitions for configurations and parts.
Operating System: Linux
These are joined together to form a rule for parts in configurations. When a part is removed from or added to a configuration, all children of that part are also transferred. This has special applications to "living" inventory, or groups of disparate parts that need to be tracked as a group rather than individually.
For example, if a carburetor is made a separate configuration from an engine, then when removing it all parts associated with the carburetor are also removed. A facility is provided for tracking user-defined line-item costs of each part.