multiple sales orders in a sales invoice

Accounting and inventory IFRS/GAAP suite for SMB. General questions. See 1C:AccountingSuite details

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Hello,

Is it possible to have a sales invoice based on multiple sales orders? And also I'd like to see sales orders against line items in the document and in the print form.

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In the new release you'll be able to create one sales invoice based on multiple sales orders. Sales order information will be visible in the line items of a sales invoice. The old mechanism when one invoice is generated based on one sales order will remain too.

 
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This issue is very topical
for sales & purchase
Is there some kind of certainty as timing of implementation?

 
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This is already implemented. You can have one invoice based on multiple sales orders, and one bill based on multiple purchase orders.

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Konstantin

 
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I could not add to the existing Purchse Invoice new line.
Content Purchase Invoice is removed and formed a new

 
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Here is a video on how you can create one invoice based on multiple sales orders:

http://youtu.be/jsw5wPlRjk8

Please let us know if this helps.

Konstantin

 
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Thanks, but I'm not asking about how to create an invoice for several orders, but how to add data to previously created invoice

 
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