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Pricing condition type editable after invoiced

Hi Guru, got a request from the user to allow the condition type editable after invoicing. Currently those fields will grayed out after invoiced. How to make it editable. Thanks

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  • Posted on Jul 18, 2014 at 02:30 AM

    Hi kar teck

    please tell me what is business logic to be editable condition type after billing ?

    Because once billing created means ,customer that amount should pay



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      Hi Venu,

      Our scenario was that we make use of the condition fields to entered the raw material qty usage for the ordered to keep track the raw material positions. example 10TO of soap need to use 5 TO of palm oils and 5 TO of palm kernal oils etc. Normally marketing people will manually entered it in the condition amount based on 10TO ordered aftter calculated from other source. When come to partial delivery let say 6TO delivered and billed so 4TO will split to second line. Actually if they amend the quantity before invoicing no issue and found that if they entered per qty basis in the amount field also got no issue. Due to others companies practising thingking of following the standard and reporting wise so seeking for the alternative solution whether to allow the fields editable even thought after invoicing.

  • Posted on Jul 18, 2014 at 03:11 AM

    Hi OKT,

    Check this similar posting out.

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    Message was edited by: G Lakshmipathi

    Please don't add comments asking for points due to which both (text and points) were removed

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