When I try to create a partial invoice (%50) from a sales order, I get the following error message.
Configuration Error! There is no income account defined as global property.
I can't find any place to specify this property. The product has both income and expense accounts. The customer has accounts both receivable and payable. Where else can I look?
You need to define the income and expense account for the products you are invoicing. either set it on the product itself or set it as a property from the settings menu. Settings/Technical/Parameters/Configuration Parameters
You also need to check whether property_account_income_categ is defined and set or not on the product category.
You need to also check on your sale order(Other Information Tab) whether you have Fiscal position set. If yes then you need to define correct Account mappings from Accounting/Configuration/Accounts/Templates/Taxes/Fiscal Position Template
Thank you for the information. I still have a some further questions. When I go to add this category, I'm not sure of the proper answers to the fields it is presenting. Any help would be greatly appreciated! I would upload a screen shot, but I don't have enough karma.
The values it is asking are as follows:
Name = property_account_income_categ
Field = (choice of Access, Access Mode, Account Name, Account Number, etc.....)
Type = (choice of "Many to One", Char, Float, Boolean, etc...) Resource = (choice of Partner, Product Template or Product Category) Unlabeled Dropdown = (choice of product.pricelist, account.journal, account.payment.term, account.account etc...)
Any help with the correct settings would be fantastic!
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