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Is there any documentation on how the process of invoicing from timesheets? Today I use products to bill the hours that I work to the customer, but it seems it should be possible for me to enter my timesheet details in OpenERP and invoice from that.
Let's say I have two customers: Customer A and Customer B. For each of these I work on one project, Project A and Project B. Project A is an easy one, not so large, but project B is divided into four activities, which the customer would like to have the hours billed to, for example Analysis, Development and Support.
Should I use the project module for this? It doesn't seem to be possible to register hours in the timesheet for activities, so should I make projects for both the projects and the activities?
That works if you have a project to which tasks belong to.
What if you create a task from a SO (let's say a service product , 10 hours) and then you want to invoice each hour (at the cost/discount as it is in the SO) after it is consumed? When the 10 hours are fully consumed - and closing the task - invoicing works well but what if you want to invoice every execution task within the task itself ?
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