Posted in OpenERP, OpenERP 7.0, Point of Sale (POS)

OpenERP Point of Sale: Create invoice for multiple orders together


Though its not so complex module but still would like to share with you what we have developed.

As we know that from POS Back Order, we can create invoice one by one. So here we made solution where we can select more than one POS Orders and create invoice at once.

In below screen, we can see that there is no invoice created for these POS Orders.

OpenERP POS Orders
OpenERP POS Orders

We can easily filter POS Order by dates and it will display order which are not relate with any invoices.

Search POS Orders
Search POS Orders

For creating invoice for POS Orders, it requires to select customer.

Create Invoice
Create Invoice

It will take order lines of all selected POS Order and create one customer invoice in DRAFT state.

Selection of Customer
Selection of Customer

After creating invoice, all selected POS Orders “Status” and “Invoice” fields value will be change.

POS Order after invoice validation
POS Order after invoice validation

In case of “Cancel” invoice, it will update both fields into POS Orders.

POS Order after cancel invoice
POS Order after cancel invoice

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2 thoughts on “OpenERP Point of Sale: Create invoice for multiple orders together

  1. Great module,,

    But I have a question, creating a new Customer Invoice from POS Order(s), will lead to register the transaction twice in the accounting Journal Entry page, One from Customer Invoice Page & its payment and the other when validate and close the POS session.

    This will lead to register the sale amount twice!!
    How to make use of this feature without doubling the transaction?

    Best Regards..%

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