Its not that Emerald rounds it, its that money only goes to two digits
(cents). Thats the single unit price. You then multiply that by
to get the line amount. Would you really want $19.161625 to show up for
unit amount? You can't have Emerald remember that in the background and
just diplay $19.16, because then the numbers wouldn't calculate that are
being displayed on the invoice.
> I realize that it is only pennies, but the amounts are not calculated
> according to a standard. I tried the discount method by putting in 10.025
to a standard? You need to explain that statement, because I don't
"whos" or "what" standard you are using. Emerald does unit * quantity,
is the only way I have ever since invoiced done.
The main issue is that you want one year of service to be a UNIT, when
actually you have configured it to be a quantity.
> as the discount which I had hoped would fake Emerald out, but it appears
> that it rounds of the discount percentage to only two decimals also....
This depends on your database schema. The older one was only two
been detailed a couple of times on how to make discounts and percentages
accept more decimals in the database if you have the old schema which
allowed to decimals.
> I have three service types setup:
> PPP - monthly $19.95
> PPP - 6 months $17.95
> PPP - 12 months $15.95
This makes them unit prices, so your numbers should come out correct.
you would only have ONE service (PPP) and then define termed discounts
6 month and 12 month pay periods for the percentage differences.
> Any suggestions??? or Dale can you change the way it calculates???
I'll setup a couple of accounts here to be like yours and see what
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