[freeside-users] Billing in advance?
support at tss.net
Mon Aug 1 10:25:12 PDT 2005
I'm looking to print an invoice on 8/15 that is dated 8/15 for service
starting on 9/1. You've described exactly what we already tried. If we can't
find another solution, we'll probably do that one. I'd prefer not to modify
the code just to save the maintinence headache, but might end up having to
go that route too.
-Keith, TSS Systems
----- Original Message -----
From: "James McDonald" <james at homelandinternet.com>
To: "Freeside users mailing list" <freeside-users at sisd.com>
Sent: Monday, August 01, 2005 10:18 AM
Subject: Re: [freeside-users] Billing in advance?
> If you run freeside-daily with the "-d" parameter, followed by the date
> that you would like to appear on the invoice then you can do this. For
> example, if you wanted to print the invoices on 8/15/05 for service
> starting on 9/1/05 and you wanted the "Invoice Date" to appear as 9/1/05,
> then at the command prompt, type the following:
> freeside-daily -d 09/01/2005 <user>
> On Aug 1, 2005, at 10:12 AM, TSS Support wrote:
>> I think I just can't figure out how to do the following, but maybe it
>> isn't actually there to be found.
>> We want to bill customers slightly in advance for service. In other
>> words, we would like to bill someone on 8/15 for service from 9/1 to
>> 9/30. That way with net 15 they have theoretically paid by the time
>> their service starts. Has anybody else figured out how to set this up in
>> Freeside? We have tried printing invoices 15 days ahead with
>> freeside_daily, but then the invoice dates are also 15 days ahead.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> -Keith, TSS Systems
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