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From "Jacques Le Roux (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (OFBIZ-207) Invoice creation for order with zero value except for shipping.
Date Mon, 06 Jun 2016 21:19:21 GMT

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Jacques Le Roux updated OFBIZ-207:
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    Description: 
This is a duplicate of http://jira.undersunconsulting.com/browse/OFBIZ-784

Excerpt from http://jira.undersunconsulting.com/browse/OFBIZ-777 (now closed) :
{quote}
Si___________________________________________________________________________________________
The problem with this order is that it has zero value except for $6.40 of shipping. As such,
the invoices created had zero value. (How do you pro-rate shipping in this case? Not sure....)
[...]
The interesting question is that of the boundary condition when the invoice actually had no
value--how do you allocate shipping across invoices? I did not solve that.

Jacques___________________________________________________________________________________________
For me the customer benefited of a promotion giving him/her a free product.
But this does not mean that all is free : he/her have to paid for the shipping.
This must be on the invoice.

Si___________________________________________________________________________________________
That sounds reasonable enough, but the current code does not do that. We should probably make
a fix for it somewhere.
{quote}


  was:
This is a duplicate of http://jira.undersunconsulting.com/browse/OFBIZ-784

Excerpt from http://jira.undersunconsulting.com/browse/OFBIZ-777 (now closed) :

Si___________________________________________________________________________________________
The problem with this order is that it has zero value except for $6.40 of shipping. As such,
the invoices created had zero value. (How do you pro-rate shipping in this case? Not sure....)
[...]
The interesting question is that of the boundary condition when the invoice actually had no
value--how do you allocate shipping across invoices? I did not solve that.

Jacques___________________________________________________________________________________________
For me the customer benefited of a promotion giving him/her a free product.
But this does not mean that all is free : he/her have to paid for the shipping.
This must be on the invoice.

Si___________________________________________________________________________________________
That sounds reasonable enough, but the current code does not do that. We should probably make
a fix for it somewhere.




>  Invoice creation for order with zero value except for shipping.
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: OFBIZ-207
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OFBIZ-207
>             Project: OFBiz
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: accounting
>            Reporter: Jacques Le Roux
>            Assignee: Jacques Le Roux
>            Priority: Minor
>             Fix For: 14.12.01
>
>         Attachments: CI1.pdf
>
>
> This is a duplicate of http://jira.undersunconsulting.com/browse/OFBIZ-784
> Excerpt from http://jira.undersunconsulting.com/browse/OFBIZ-777 (now closed) :
> {quote}
> Si___________________________________________________________________________________________
> The problem with this order is that it has zero value except for $6.40 of shipping. As
such, the invoices created had zero value. (How do you pro-rate shipping in this case? Not
sure....)
> [...]
> The interesting question is that of the boundary condition when the invoice actually
had no value--how do you allocate shipping across invoices? I did not solve that.
> Jacques___________________________________________________________________________________________
> For me the customer benefited of a promotion giving him/her a free product.
> But this does not mean that all is free : he/her have to paid for the shipping.
> This must be on the invoice.
> Si___________________________________________________________________________________________
> That sounds reasonable enough, but the current code does not do that. We should probably
make a fix for it somewhere.
> {quote}



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