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I'm using direct debit from banking-addons and I try to reconcile the payment line to the invoice move.line.
Is anybody could explain me the proper workflow?
I succeed in generating payment order and sepa payment but I'm not able to make a link with account.move.line.
Any help would be appreciated
Here is what I've tried :
1 - Create a fresh database with banking addons an bank-statement-reconcile-7.0 in addon path
2 - Create Company/customers and all the stuff correctly configure with SEPA credit identifier, ....
3 - Create an invoice to be paid in 3 times, associate this invoice to the active RUM of the customer
4 - Create a payment order with due date set at the first move.line of the invoice, validate this payment order
5 - Create a bank statement which call the previous payment lines :
This part is always working
From here I tried different things that are not fully functionnal regarding to me.
A - If I simply validate the statement, the line will be confirmed an entry will be created but won't be reconciled with the account move line. The amount seems to not be placed in the correct column of the move.
B - If I manually match the statement_line with a payment line as above :
I have this error when validating the data :
C - If I manually associate the statement line to an invoice I get this, i'm able to validate the statement and it is correctly associate to the invoice :
My point here is that I'm not able to set the payment as debit denied!
I think something is missing in my process but I can't see what's wrong.
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|Asked: 5/19/14, 11:50 AM|
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