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Why Customer (partner_id) is different on Sales Orders and Delivery Orders ?

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Yves Geoffroy
on 9/11/14, 3:05 AM 763 views

I set up the option "Allow a different address for delivery and invoicing".

On my sale order, the Delivery Address (partner_shipping_id) is different then the Customer (partner_id).

When I look at the Delivery Order, the Customer (partner_id) is now the partner_shipping_id of my sale order, is that the behavior that we want???

On the Print Delivery slip, Customer Address and Contact Address are the same and set up to partner_shipping_id. ???

And on the Print Delivery order, the Invoiced to is set to partner_id of the sale order and on the right side we can see the partner_shipping_id. That part seems OK!

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Kevin McMenamin

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On 9/11/14, 5:27 AM

remember that in V7 partner id can mean a customer, supplier, contact or address as they are all stored in res_partner - so the invoice to is the customer from the SO, and the ship-to is the delivery address

I understand that, my point is that the Customer should always stays the same on all documents. So on the Delivery order, the Customer should be the same as on the Sales order, which is not the case.

Yves Geoffroy
on 9/15/14, 11:48 AM

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