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I have a situation in version 8 where I would like to take an invoice created by a Sales Order and split it into two invoices. The process I would like to follow is like this:
Find the SO
Click create Invoice
View the invoice and click More -> Duplicate
Change both resulting invoices to be like I want to be (i.e., delete the lines from each invoice that I don't want there)
Proceed to validate those invoices
This works just fine, however when I go back to the Sales Order, the "View Invoice" button only takes me to the first created invoice, rather than showing a treeview of both my invoices. I have seen the treeview behavior happen on Pickings when a backorder is created.... when you click "view delivery order" you see a list of all pickings and can go through them.
So, does anyone know how to link up orders and invoices so that they can be shown in a list when you "view invoice"?
It think the best way is to split the invoice at the sales order. When you are in the sales order creating the invoice you can choose different options.
1. Invoice the whole sales order
3. Fixes price (deposit)
4. Some order lines.
If you for example choose Percentage you can invoice a percentage of your sales order. For example 50%. Create the invoice.
When you want to invoice the other 50% you can choose for 'Invoice the whole sales order' another invoice is created with the other 50%.
If you go back now to the Sales order and click on 'view invoice' you get the tree view with the two invoices.
I hope this answer will help you.
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|Asked: 4/15/16, 3:48 PM|
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|Last updated: 4/18/16, 10:17 AM|