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I have the following situation:
Customer (Retailer) send us an LPO valid for specific period.
Quotation is created and confirmed matching LPO.
Within the validity of the customer LPO we might make one or several deliveries depending on the product availability.
After the expiry date of the LPO we cancel all pending delivery orders.
We try to cancel the LPO not possible.
SO status remains Sales order.
My Questions is how can we cancel the remaining of the SO, or change the status to Done?
I do understand the logic of Odoo however our requirement is to set the SO to Done since we monitor Open SO frequently and it is confusing to keep those SO with Sales Order Status and the with the number of SO we create this can be troublesome.
Appreciate any help on this.
Yes we did. Basically, you will have to cancel all back order related to that sales order, which will set the Sales order to "Shipping Exception", then you will need to "Ignore Exception". This will make the status as "Sales Order" instead of "Sale to Invoice" and it will not show as open SO. When the payment is received for this sales order the status change to Done.
Hope this will help.
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|Asked: 3/30/15, 3:38 PM|
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