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We previously did price adjustments via a G/L; however switched to crediting the whole order and re-invoicing as it had something to do with the unit cost and the item code. Is there an easier way to do a price adjustment using the item code, unit cost but not affecting the inventory so we can just do an adjustment against the price and post it towards the invoice?
Do you want to create new invoice only for difference amount ? or want to create new invoice with full amount.
Use Charge on Item
As I understood, you need this for sales invoicing. You can use the Item charge as suggested by JTRMTB. please follow below link. this link is for NAV 2013 but it works same for NAV 2009.
Try this case in test. Let me know if you have any query regarding this.
I am not looking to assign something to a line item. I am looking for instance that we billed a price of $9.56 when the item should have been billed at $8.35. Once the order has already been invoiced is there a way to go back and credit that invoice without having to do a return of the whole invoice or item. Can we just do a credit that would affect the unit cost, tax but not the inventory.......
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