determine invoice aging from due date in customer report (owner-report.scm)
scar at drigon.com
Fri Jul 2 01:28:49 EDT 2010
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in the customer report, i wanted to change the invoice aging to be
determined from the invoice's due date, rather than the post date. note
that i have very little programming experience, and do not even know
what language the scm file is written in!
anyway, in business/business-reports/owner-report.scm of version 2.2.9,
i changed line 164 to read:
(due-date (gncInvoiceGetDateDue invoice)))
and i also changed line 172 to read:
(apply-invoice due-date bal))
it seems to work fine for customers that don't have any invoices due in
the future. but, when that situation arises, gnucash throws a bunch of
warlord says "most likely because the math is assuming all post dates
are in the past." and "a future-date doesn't go into the correct bucket."
a bucket, i guess, is one of the four categories that the invoices are
put into? (like 0-30 days, 31-60 days, 61-90 days, and 90+ days?).
so, my question, then, is how do i put the invoices with future due
dates into the 0-30 days bucket (which i have altered to read "<30 days")?
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