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Why the status is open even though i already paid the amount and has no balance?

Lady Sharmane Udtuhan
on 7/9/13, 6:09 AM 756 views

Why the status is open even though i already paid the amount and has no balance?

make sure the exact amount has been paied, sometimes the third decimal point may couse this..%

Smart Way LLC, Anas Taji
on 7/9/13, 4:30 PM

im sure i paid the exact amount. I think its about the code. because i modify the residual for example the amount_total = 700 then i have a new tree for deductions.. total_deductions = 200, the the amount_total and residual should be 500 which is correct and the amount which is appearing when i clicked the register payment button. but i think it still gets the amount which has no deduction because when i pay 700 eventhough the amount printed is 500 it becomes PAID..

Lady Sharmane Udtuhan
on 7/10/13, 12:36 AM

Seems the code miss compute the deductions, when compare the amounts. Test your case with the latest build here runbot.openerp.com

Smart Way LLC, Anas Taji
on 7/10/13, 9:17 AM
On 9/8/13, 9:40 AM


We are new in openerp. We have an issue and we dont know if is the correct functionality of openerp or a bug.

We pay the supplier invocies throught the "Pay invoice" button on the supplier invoices form. But after validate the invoices are always in open status.

Please, there is a bug or we need to do someting else.


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