I want to generate an invoice with sales.order automatically calculating delivery expenses. I installed delivery module and entered some delivery methods which I can see and choose in sale.order form. But when pressing the button next to this selection box, I get an error message, that no price is available, because there is not any line corresponding to the product or the order within the selected delivery table. If I am honest, I do not even understand what this message means. Sounds like there is the price missing for the selected delivery method, although I entered one for each method.
Maybe, I have not understood yet how to use delivery module in general. For example, I have no idea why it is necessary to link a product to every delivery method. Delivery structure for my case is really simple: It has to be only considered the total price of the order - if it exceeds a special amount, delivery is free.
Could anybody explain me how to be able to automatically calculate delivery expenses and why it is necessary for a delivery method to be linked to one product?
I'm just getting started with delivery. Im trying to understand what are:
Delivery price lists
It's all very confusing. I have managed to create one delivery method called "Own4TTruck-1Wk". This references the fact that we have a 4T truck which can deliver goods within 1 week.
I then created a grid called Atlantic to cover 3 states in Honduras that are contained geographically in a sales route. Then I am asked to add a formula and/or add destinations. I'm not sure how these things relate to each other. I wish there was an example or video somewhere.
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