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How to create Single Payment for two Invoices?

Hi all,

Can any body tell me that how can i create an Incoming Payment for more than one Invoices at a time. That means i need only one Payment Number . In the BusinessOne UI when i select a customer the Invoices relating to that customer are displaying in the Grid.

I selected one Invoice and selected "Payment Means" in the context menu . In the PaymentMeans screen i selected "Cash" Tab and gave the total of the selected invoice. Now i want to pay for one more invoice. And if i select another invoice and select "Payment Means" the same total for which i entered for the first invoice is displaying. If i change here, the first invoice PaymentMeans is also changing. I was confused with this!

what is the "Add in Sequence" button in the IncomingPayments UI? Is it helpful to pay more than one invoice at a time?

And finally i need the same functionality using DI API. If any body having the code for creating Single Payment for more than one Invoice , please send to me.

Thanks in Advance,

Ramu.

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2006 at 03:59 AM

    VJR,

    I think I read a recent thread about a payment done directly on the customer account, so this will affect for all invoices, but I don't know if there is a way to specify 2 particular invoices on this process.

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