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We have a requirement where we receive an order from customer for the year and we schedule drops against this order over the year at defined dates. In terms of accounting these orders are effectively treated independently i.e. the sales figures recorded in the month of the drop not when the whole order is initially placed.
What is the 'Odoo' way of achieving this?
1. Create one order and then schedule deliver orders to be created with 'invoice on delivery' set. How would the schedules and product qtys for the drops be defined.
2. Set up each of the orders separately somehow setting a future activation date.
3. Some other way
There is a module available for version 7,, sale_recurring_orders Link ,, please check this module and if it suits your need you can convert the module to 8.
You can also modify this module to suit your needs,, it seems very close to your requirements, so it will be easy to modify this to suit your needs....
Hope this helps........
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