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|Short introduction video.|
A collective invoice is different from a normal invoice. With a normal invoice you invoice the costs of one application, composed using one course definition, for one debtor. If you use a collective invoice, you process several applications of different course definition on one invoice. These applications must have been made for the same debtor. Different sales rules with different general ledger accounts, VAT codes and cost centres may be used.
You have to know this in advance!
How do you do that?
A list of all open order sales lines, grouped per request, will be shown when the invoice is made.
The choice of which requests may be invoiced is up to you.
If you have managed to create one collective invoice with multiple applications and course definitions, the result may look like this.