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I'm currently experiencing an issue with math and rounding on the Sales Order Detail and the extended amount being calculated.
An example of the issue I am running into:
Add an existing product to a Sales Order with the following:
Price Per Unit: $299.00
Manual Discount: $70.00.
Extended Amount = $ 827.00.
(This is correct for a 'regular' order)
I need to make this amount negative for the way a return is being processed and ultimately going into Dynamics AX.
I make the following adjustments:
Price Per Unit: $ 275.67
Manual Discount: 00.00
Extended Amount = $ - 827.01
(The extended amount is off)
It appears that I am unable to put a negative dollar amount into the Manual Discount field, so I am trying to accommodate for the discount by doing the following:
Price Per Unit = Price per unit - (Manual Discount / Quantity).
This works fine until you run into a scenario where the numbers are not dividing evenly and you end up with a repeating number.
The price per unit field is being rounded to 275.67 because it is obviously only 2 decimal places.
By any chance, would anyone have a workaround or any ideas on how I could correct this?
I truly appreciate any and all advice.
Thanks so much!
For anyone curious, I was able to resolve this issue on my own.
Ultimately, this information goes into Dynamics AX through a separate plugin that we have available upon the submission of a sales order.
I added another field to the sales order detail form to store a negative version of the discount.
Then, in the plugin which is used to send the information to AX, I performed the calculation there.
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