R. Victor Klassen
rvklassen at gmail.com
Thu Jan 11 13:52:04 EST 2018
Curiosity satisfied. Thanks.
> On Jan 11, 2018, at 1:18 PM, Geert Janssens <geert.gnucash at kobaltwit.be> wrote:
> Op donderdag 11 januari 2018 18:55:46 CET schreef R. Victor Klassen:
>> I’ve been poking around in the SQL for invoices/bills, and
>> Inquiring mind(s) wish to know:
>> Why, in an “Entry” is there both an invoice (text) and a bill (text) field,
>> only one of which is ever used, and i_price_num/denom and b_price_num/denom
>> fields, only one (pair) of which is ever used, based on the value of the
>> parent invoice’s owner_type field?
> They can be used in both an invoice and a bill simultaneously.
> In a bill you can mark items as invoiceable, which means you can later mark
> them on a bill as invoiced. For this to work you have to
> 1. specify a "Chargeback" customer when creating the bill
> 2. mark the entries as billable (last column in the bill entry window)
> Then when you create your next invoice for the chargeback customer, the
> billable lines will appear in the entry window, and you can select which ones
> to add to the bill.
> The scope of this functionality is fairly limited as you can have only one
> chargeback customer per bill.
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