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I am currently having issues with relating a specific field to a user.
In the case lets say that we have a fee split which can be splitted by 3:
E.g. User A, User B and User C
User A --> Has 50% of the split, This will calculate User A commision to 5000
User B--> Has 30% of the split, This will calculate User A commision to 3000
User C-->Has 20% of the split, This will calculate User A commision to 2000
As all the commission fields are different fields how can I make sure that a specific currency value relates/belongs to user A etc.
Could you provide more background information on this problem?
First of all thank you for your response.
I hope the description below will clarify.
Within in our invocing process I would like to visualize the comission split.
The total amount invoiced e.g. is 8000euros.
this should be splitted between several parties.
The sales person
The one delivering
The one following up
Furthermore the split should be calculated in a currency box.
The issue that I am facing now is that the comission calculated for e.g. The sales person should be claimed by the user (who is the sales person is this case). Unfortunatly the calculated split does not seem to be linked towards a user.
I hope this clarifies.
There are 2 main ways to model this:
The first option is simpler, but has a couple of limitiations:
Thank you so much for your response.
I will investigate in option 2 has this will potentially allow me to bring out the sum for all individual users and divide it by month.
Thank you for the tip.
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