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Re: Odoo E-Invoicing Latam (Peru)by
In Brazil we also did e-invoicing.
The code is here:
and we use this library to sign the xml file and send it over soap.
Problems we have: we changed the workflow of the invoice for this project (bad decision),
as probably you have heard about the complexity in Brazil, each city can have it's own e-invoice for services (yes it's true, I know at least 20 different invoice layouts),
and we have one e-invoice for products that is the same in all the country, so, changing the workflow to work with all these variants is a nightmare (we are planning to change it).
2016-04-15 12:57 GMT-03:00 Gustavo Orrillo <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Luis,In Argentina it took at least two months of development time to develop the e-invoicing module for Argentina. I guess it will take at least that time in Peru.GustavoOn Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 12:47 PM, Luis Miguel Sarabia <email@example.com> wrote:Googd Morning,Any partner that could have experiece implementing e-incoicing in any Latam country or for Perú?We are very interesed in developing the solution for Perú , but we would like to know if there is already something out there.The e-invoicing in Peru technically is very similar to other countries in Latam. I know that Mexico is one of the first ones having this requirement from the government.Technically to the e-invoicing in Peru is as follows:1.Send an XML/UBL file with the invoice information.2. This file need to be signed with a digital certificate: X509 v33. Send the file using a webservice provided by the Tax Authorities in Peru.If anyone have information, refrences or would like to collaborate in this proyect regarding this topic please let me know.Best Regards,--Luis Miguel Sarabia