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Invoice Purchase Order with Down Payments brings wrong Due Amount

Hello,

I am working on 8.81 PL08 environment and I have this situation:

I issue a Purchase Order and then a Down Payment Request which I pay. When I go to invoice the purchase order the down payment and payment due fields on the invoice are correct.

In the case I issue another down payment request and for the same Purchase Order which closes the amount of invoice then when I go to the invoice and choose Copy From the same fields are not right.

If I go to Purchase Order and choose Copy To the amounts are correct.

So the situation is like this:

- Down Payment part of Purchase Order. Due Payment to invoice correct

- Down Payment full amount of Purchase Order. Choose Copy To from Purchase Order to Purchase Invoice. Due Payment correct.

- Down Payment full amount of Purchase Order. Choose Copy From from Purchase Invoice. Due Payment wrong.

Has anyone seen this before?

Thank you,

Gerasimos

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 03:08 PM

    Hi Gerasimos,

    100% down-payment may have problem from time to time. That is due to the fact it against the common sense of down payment.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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      Sorry, down payment invoice is what I have tried. I have not tried reserve invoice.

      I will do so. However, we have already built the procedure on DP Request so if there are any ideas on that it will be helpful. Is this a wrong setup from myself or a system behaviour that will be changed?

      I will also try reserve invoice.

      Thank you Gordon

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