It will if you choose to do the "interim batch invoices", however there's no
way to do these on an individual basis (like "invoice next term"). It's all
I ended up manually entering in a new row into the InvoiceItems table, then
associated the Charges.ItemID with InvoiceItems.ItemID (the row I added),
then fixed the Invoices.Amount value and also changed the
MasterAccounts.Balance value. Everything is fine now. It just took a
little while to do it.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Josh Hillman <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2000 6:05 PM
> Subject: [Emerald] Creating invoice for new service in Emerald
> > In Emerald 2.5.322, I added a new service to an existing MBR that was
> > up through 7/1/00. It asked if I wanted to create an invoice for this
> > service (1/11/00 - 7/1/00), so I chose yes.
> > The accounttype has a setup fee associated with it, so the charge was
> > to the account, however it was not incorporated into the new invoice
> > was just created. The charge won't be applied to an invoice for another
> > months.
> > Josh
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