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Sales order qty - Invpice qty - Creditmemo qty

Hi gurus,

Our billing Scenario is Order related Billing. I created a sales order for 200 qty and i generated an invoice for 30 qty.

due to some reasons i created a creditmemo request for 30qty and i created a creditmemo also for 30qty.

Now i want to create an invoice for 200 qty, in this case shala i increase the qty from 200 to 230.

Otherwise can icreate an invoice for 200 qty with out changing any qty(200) in the Sales order

Cheers,

Sumith

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 07:54 AM

    HI,

    You can create with 200 quantity itself. No need of raising the qt to 230.

    Regards

    sankar

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 10:26 AM

    Hi Sumith,

    As Per my understanding of the problem,

    You have created Sales Order of 200 Qty so Here Open Quantity is 200,

    Created invoice for 30 Qty, Open qty is 200-30 = 170,

    Created credit memo for 30 qty , So open qty again 170 + 30 = 200 ( If you dint get Any product back)

    So from here you can directly create Invoice for 200 Qty whjich are open so no need of creating any extra quantity invoice.

    Hope this will help you.

    Reward Point if helpful.

    Thanks,

    Raja

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