Created on 2021-09-08.17:07:39 by risto3, last changed 2 weeks ago by reviewbot.
take that back, I believe the 'final' invoice is simply setting the default client payment terms which happen to be correct for this case as indicated below:
30% at quotation acceptation, the remainder 30d end of month.
I wonder if it would not be possible to make the advance_payment conditions to work with the payment conditions, as in this case, the first line in the payment conditions is for the 'advance' payment, and the rest of the lines are for the 'final' invoice payments.
Voilà some nits when using the sale_advance_payment module:
'advance' invoice doesn't seem to have an 'origin' set back to the quotation
the 'final' invoice does set the 'origin' (and quite nicely to the 'advance invoice),
but does not set the payment terms and, awkwardly, uses quantity +1 with
the 'advance' amount negative where usually it would be quantity -1 having the
amount the same as in the 'advance' invoice.
Neither invoice has the 'description' preset as in the quotation
Finally, it is somewhat disturbing (with any invoice for that matter), and in particular the final invoice here, that there are two tax lines created with the same label but different signs... compensation should probably apply here.
Otherwise, very useful module, cheers.
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