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What happens if I don’t enter an AutoInvoice grouping rule?

Posted on December 15th, 2012 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

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Do you Know assigning the AutoInvoice grouping rule to Imported transaction sources that AutoInvoice uses to group imported transaction lines.

If you do not assign a grouping rule to an Imported transaction source, AutoInvoice uses the following hierarchy to determine which rule to use:

  • Grouping rule assigned to the transaction source of the transaction line.
  • Grouping rule assigned to the bill-to customer site profile of the transaction line.
  • Grouping rule assigned to the bill-to customer profile of the transaction line.
  • Grouping rule assigned to system options.

Therefore this is important to review the autoInvoice Grouping Rules set up .Define additional grouping rules or update the default grouping rule provided by Receivabless

Understanding AutoInvoice Grouping Rules: Example


Here is example illustrates how to use grouping rules to group transaction lines into transactions during AutoInvoice import.

Assume you defined an AutoInvoice grouping rule that specifies that to appear on the same invoice, items must match on all mandatory attributes, such as currency and customer bill-to address , and must also match on the optional attribute of sales order type

Below diagram illustrates how three imported invoices are created according to the AutoInvoice grouping rule defined in this example:

grouping rule

Items A and B share the same currency and sales order type, so they appear on the same invoice (Invoice 1). Item C has the same currency as A and B, but it has a different sales order type, so it appears on its own invoice (Invoice 2). Items D and E share the same currency and sales order type, so they appear on the same invoice (Invoice 3).

Hope this helps.

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