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21 days rule to transfer a Delivery Order to Sales Invoice.

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Question
When transfer a Delivery Order to a Sales Invoice which has exceeds 21 days from the DO date, system will prompt an error message and not allowed to save.

Answer

When you charge GST, you need to issue a tax invoice showing the amount of GST and the price of the supplies separately. The tax invoice has to be issued within 21 days after the time of the supply. Thus, QNE Optimum will validate the date of transfer from Delivery Order to Sales Invoice. If the Sales Invoice date exceeds 21 days from the Delivery Order date, then it will not allowed to transfer. However, there is an option to control the behavior of the warning message.

Go to GST module -> GST Settings -> Delivery Order’s 21 Days Rule Control tab.

By default, the message is set to “Prompt as Error Message”

 

Scenario:

  1. Delivery Order. Date: 1/4/2015

      2. Transfer to Sales Invoice. Date: 30/4/2015

 

Change the setting to “Prompt as Warning Message”

The validation error will come out as: **User may ignore the error and proceed to save.

 

Change the setting to “No Warning Message”

Then, on saving no validation message box will appear, the sales invoice is allowed to save.


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Views: 2087 Created on: Mar 18, 2015
Date updated: Mar 18, 2015
Posted in: GST related, Optimum

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