From: "Joe Reynolds" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: [Emerald] Payments Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2002 16:39:32 -0500 Message-ID: <BDEPKHFAFGIMOEFNADFICEDADBAA.email@example.com>
The scenario is that a user is billed on a "Renewal" basis. The invoices are
created automatically by Emerald4.
I noticed that on the first renewal, Emerald created a invoice and a
statement. Some days later we added a payment to the Payments table via a
The invoice amount was 79.95 and the statement showed a balance of 79.95,
and a current balance of 79.95. Billed Thru date correctly shows as
12/04/02. The expiration date shows as 11/04/02.
After a payment of 79.95 was added to payment table by custom program, the
numbers/dates above remained the same.
Am I correct in assuming that a statement will be created at some point that
will zero out the numbers and advance the expire date? Reason I ask is that
a preview batch report for Statements does not create a new statement for
At this point, even though the member record shows a payment of 79.95 AFTER
the Statement of 79.95, it looks like Emerald will need to create another
statement to bring the account into balance.