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I have created invoice on 01/05/2007 worth 1000 $ and outof that 900(90%) is due on 02/04/2007 and 100 (10%) is due on 03/01/2007. (installment pmnt term)

and when i ran the payment program with the run date 02/05/2007, it is paying both installment. where as it is just supposed to pay 900 $ and 100 $ should be paied on 03/01/2007.

please give the solution.

i want both the installment paied on due dat only

thanks

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 05, 2007 at 04:50 PM

    check the OSS note 539451.

    When you enter a key for installment payments, the text Due in is displayed as well as the Payment terms field and the Days/perc. fields remain empty.

    make sure your payment term is defined for installment and check the Payment program doesn't have any bug.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 10:49 AM

    Hi

    I have solved this in the following manner

    create two seperate payment terms as normal payment terms e.g.

    1st for 90 % payment in certain days

    2nd for balance in certain days.

    Create one instalment payment term in and assign the same to all two payment terms already defined in OBB9.

    Assign the same instalment term in master record.

    Now if you run APP, payments becoming due as per 2nd term will not be covered as it will become due only after certain days. This surely works out

    Try and revert if any problem is faced

    Pushkaraj

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