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Koffi KPONOUGLO
on 7/10/18, 12:33 PM 237 views

Hi,

please is it possible with odoo 10 to have a sale invoice of agrolait partner and for the payment :

  • Agrolait will pay 30% of amount total

  • CamptoCamp will pay 70% of amount total?


Thanks.

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vishalratani
On 7/12/18, 1:39 AM

Why not raise two invoices? Again legally you should check who's got to hold the liablity. Ideally you should be using the same Source document field on each of the inovices for tracking purpose

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Ray Carnes (ray)
On 7/11/18, 2:15 PM

There is an option to roll up AR balances - it works well in situations where a Head Office (like Walmart) pays for products that both Distribution Centers (children of the Head Office) and stores (children of the Distribution Centers) place orders.  In this situation there are multiple levels in the Customer hierarchy:

 


It may or may not work for you. Please make sure you understand how this affects your book keeping before you implement it.  it also affects who is liable for the balance, so be sure you are OK with how that looks on your Financial Reports. I am posting this mainly because your question reminds me of the requirement to rollup based on the SAME company, so I am unsure if it will be acceptable when you have DIFFERENT companies paying for things.

Account Receivable balances can only be paid by the same Customer that accrued them and Odoo manages this via the Commercial Entity field - this field is hidden by default and managed by Odoo.

If you setup three Customers, all Companies, this is how Odoo sets the Commercial Entity field:

 

In this way, each Company accrues and pays its own AR balance.

You can setup your Customers so that Agrolait and CamptoCamp accrue AR balances on behalf of the same Commercial Entity - a third Customer - and any of the three Customers can pay those balances. 

You would manually override the Commercial Entity field like this:

 

To do this requires two changes.

1: Expose the commercial_partner_id (COMMERCIAL ENTITY) field on the Customer form, so you can manage it. Odoo sets the Commercial Entity to match the Customer if you make the Customer a Company or an Individual without a Parent Company.  Odoo sets the Commercial Entity to match the Parent if the Invidual works for a Parent Company.

In base.view_partner_form, the field is defined like this:

<field name="commercial_partner_id" invisible="1"/>


You would make your own view and set invisible to 0 and readonly to 0, so that you can edit the field.

When you are setting up the multi-level Customer structure, be sure to realize that Odoo only lets you set a parent when the INDIVIDUAL checkbox is selected, so temporarily set your child companies to INDIVIDUAL so you can set the parent, then set them back to COMPANY.

Also, select the appropriate Commercial Entity which involves editing the field after Odoo has given it a value.


2: Modify the filters on the Search View because they filter for Customers that don't have a parent, and the ones you are setting up DO have a parent.


<filter string="Customers" name="customer" domain="[('customer','=',1), ('parent_id', '=', False)]"/>


would be overwritten to become:

<filter string="Customers" name="customer" domain="[('customer','=',1), ('is_company','=','1')]"/>


Now these Payments:

 


And this Invoice:

 


Will show up on the AR Aging like this:

 


This is how it looks in the General Ledger:



Note that Odoo will let you apply BOTH payments to the ONE Invoice:



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Ermin Trevisan

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Ermin Trevisan
On 7/11/18, 1:46 AM

From a legal and business perspective, this does not make much sense. If the corresponding delieveries were for different partners, you'll have to invoice the partners separately.

Thanks Ermin for your answer. I am aggre wuth you. But in the case who customer have to pay for example 0% of invoice and his insurance company will pay 70%. What can i do?

Koffi KPONOUGLO
on 7/11/18, 5:48 AM
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Pinakin Nayi (pna)
On 7/11/18, 12:59 AM

Not possible, if you can make it possible then you can loose the partner reference from payments(so you don't know who paid the amount).

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Kevin Peterson
On 7/11/18, 12:17 AM

Yep, Use Payment terms in the partner form. You can design new payment terms and add those for individual customers in the form view.



see documentation for more

\https://www.odoo.com/documentation/user/11.0/accounting/receivables/customer_invoices/payment_terms.html



Payment terms are used so same customer can make payment in a period of time, it cannot be used to make different customer pay for a single invoice

Mohammed Amal
on 7/11/18, 3:49 AM

Yes you right. I problem can't be solve by payment_term. May be i will do some change on payment code to be able to use it to fix my problem.

Koffi KPONOUGLO
on 7/11/18, 5:52 AM

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