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Sales Order as Export Order not Posting Invoice

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While creating Normal sales Order (without Export Order) , all Sales Order is Created & Invoice is Posting with below code. (Code is written in Ok button of Clicked method, In Posting Invoice Form)

SalesFormLetter formLetterObj;
 
 
 if(enum2str(salesParmTable.Ordering) == "Invoice" )
 {
 formLetterObj = SalesFormLetter::construct(DocumentStatus::Invoice);
 formLetterObj.update(SalesTable::find(salesParmTable.SalesId));
 }

But While Creating Sales Order With Export Order ,Sales Order is Created But doesn't Posting Invoice .

  • Ludwig Reinhard Profile Picture
    Ludwig Reinhard Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Sales Order as Export Order not Posting Invoice

    Ha. I got it. This is an Indian specific feature. That's why I don't see those extra fields :-)

    Have you already checked LCS for available hotfixes?

    Just to make sure that this is not caused by a bug.

    (Note: Adjusted your tags correspondingly)

    Best regards,

    Ludwig

  • PK mishra Profile Picture
    PK mishra 115 on at
    RE: Sales Order as Export Order not Posting Invoice

    when we done foreign trade ,then its called Export order.

    below are microsoft official website details.

    Create an export sales order

    1. Click Sales and marketing > Common > Sales orders > All sales orders.

    2. On the All sales orders list page, on the Action pane, on the Sales order tab, click Sales order to create a new sales order.

    3. In the Create sales order form, in the Customer account field, select the customs customer. Then select the Export order check box.

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    Ludwig Reinhard Profile Picture
    Ludwig Reinhard Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Sales Order as Export Order not Posting Invoice

    Hi Praveen Mishra,

    Can you explain us the difference between a 'normal sales order' and an 'export order'?

    How do you define and identify the difference?

    Is it just the parameter that you shared above in your screenprint that makes this differentiation?

    If so, please talk to the one who created this parameter because this does not seem to be a standard parameter and we don't know what functionalities depend on this parameter setting.

    Many thanks and best regards,

    Ludwig

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