Purchase Order Domain Fix

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Technical name anb_purchase_order_domain_fix
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Required Apps Purchase Management (purchase)
Inventory Management (stock)
Invoicing (account)
Technical name anb_purchase_order_domain_fix
LicenseSee License tab
Websitehttp://www.anubia.es
Read description for v 10.0
Required Apps Purchase Management (purchase)
Inventory Management (stock)
Invoicing (account)

Purchase Order Domain Fix

Improves the domain when selecting a vendor in sale orders.

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Description

Companies contacts removal

When you select a vendor for a purchase order, you see the contacts of the companies. With this module installed, you will see only the main companies or the contacts who do not work for a parent company, which makes more sense and makes the dropdown get rid of useless options.

Installation

To install this module, you need to:
  • You must have installed or available to install the module purchase.

Usage

To use this module, you need to:
  • Go to Purchases > Purchase > Requests for Quotation / Purchase Orders, and create / edit any request / order.
  • Open the dropdown of the Vendor field, and check that you do not see contacts who belong to a company anymore.

Credits

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Maintainer

This module is maintained by Anubia Soluciones en la Nube, S.L.
For more information and questions, please visit: http://anubia.es/en.

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