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How do i check 'Total recievable' when customer pay their invoices?

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Sajad KK
on 1/30/14, 11:58 PM 883 views

I need to prevent customers paying invoices if they don't have deposit. How to check the deposits of customer when they pay their invoices? Total receivable will be (-) if the customer have deposit otherwise it will be (+)

Can you show me an example code?

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Ray Carnes
On 1/31/14, 10:40 PM

This information is on the Accounting tab of the Customer record:

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But how do i check it by code, i need to check the total receivable when customer pay their invoices. Can you show me an example code?

Sajad KK
on 2/1/14, 12:01 AM

Have a look at https://www.openerp.com/apps/6.1/partner_credit_limit/ - it is a module that checks total receivable and credit limit before approving a sales order.

Bista Solutions US, Ray Carnes
on 2/1/14, 12:15 AM

Thanks..i will have a look at it :-)

Sajad KK
on 2/1/14, 12:19 AM

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