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I have a multicompany setup and I cannot deliver any orders because the system will generate an invoice and the default journal is the wrong company.
This setting is set to a fixed company somehow and not based on the user's company. Becuase this default journal is getting set during creation, the company accounts do not match and we get an error. For everything else, the correct accounts are aligned with the user's logged in company.
Company A, Company B
User logged in to Company B
User creates sales order under shop for Company B
Products added have correct accounts for Company B
Delivery order is fulfilled by user logged in as Company B
Invoice default is created under Sales Journal for Company A
This causes the error and doesn't let us proceed with the delivery order because this one journal won't take the logged in user's sales journal when creating the invoice. So we're stuck not using inventory valuation or not delivering orders.
How do you remove the default sales journal setting and have it default to logged in user or shop or anything other than what it's doing?
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|Asked: 7/29/14, 1:47 AM|
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|Last updated: 3/16/15, 8:10 AM|