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How to set a PO 'Done' without invoicing is done?

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Yogesh
on 6/29/15, 9:08 AM 436 views

Scenario is "I need to create a PO and incoming but no invoicing, ( because do not want company accounts to be affected and also steps to validate and register payments aren't required here)" I see a way to create invoice lines with 0 unit price and validate them when invoice is done PO will be set to Done, but is there any better way to manage this scenario? 

What process are you trying to model? Are you using the traditional process of a PO? You ask a supplier for goods, receive them, but don't pay for them?

Bista Solutions US, Ray Carnes
on 6/29/15, 11:05 AM

yes traditional drop shipping through purchase, I buy products from supplier using purchase requisition, supplier delivers goods directly to customer, supplier charges customer. We charge supplier but not based on each order but once a month (not through odoo).

Yogesh
on 6/29/15, 11:34 AM
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Juan José Scarafía
On 6/29/15, 1:07 PM

Hi Yogesh,

You have to change the "invoice control" to manage when the invoice is created in the third flap.

Regards,

Juan José - ADHOC

Hi Juan, Couldn't really understand your solution, I don't see any option in invoice control which allows picking/delivery without invoices.

Yogesh
on 6/29/15, 2:11 PM

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