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Consolidate orders

Hi there.

I try to generate invoices from sales orders via the Document Generation Wizard, but almost whenever I try to consolidate my salesorders into one invoice, I get the following message:

Cannot draw this document. Field contains different values in each base document. [AR Inv...

What is the problem?

-Runar

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2006 at 10:41 AM

    The full error message should be:

    Cannot draw this document. Field contains different values in each base document. [AR Invoice - Ship to]

    That last bit was out of view, but could be retreived by copying the line.

    So after some heavy debugging, I found out that salesorders that I had created via the API, had a default, correct shipTo (Address2 in database), whereas when I just created a new SalesOrder, it got a blank shipto-address. Why is this so, I wonder? Shouldn't salesorders that I create via the API and the user interface be the same?

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 10:11 PM

    Hi Runar

    can u please explain me how to get the Document Generation Wizard?

    I've to bill one invoice having as input many sales documents.

    Sorry but i never dealth with this kind of things so if you could explain in a detailed manner it could be great.

    Thanks a lot

    C*

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