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Default behavior in Odoo is to create delivery orders when a SO is confirmed. For retail customers we won't want delivery until the invoice is paid (terms are due immediately.) We are using Odoo 9.
The " Sales and Warehouse Management " Module says:
This module makes the link between the sales and warehouses management applications :-
You can choose flexible invoicing methods:
On Demand: Invoices are created manually from Sales Orders when needed
On Delivery Order: Invoices are generated from picking (delivery)
Before Delivery: A Draft invoice is created and must be paid before delivery
This module is installed and I can find no way to select the 'Before Delivery' option. How is this done?
It seems like this should be able to be set on the SO for the customer or based on the customer's payment terms.
This should be a simple thing, what am I missing?
You can manage this by selecting Create Invoice (order_policy) Before Delivery
By default Create Invoice (order policy) is set to be on demand , which can be set as Before Delivery and On Delivery Order like
Create Invoice Before Delivery
Create Invoice On Delivery Order
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