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Sales, Swaps, Auction & Approvals/Auction Disc. : Invoice Dates Reflect Date they were emailed, not Sold Date

 

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Estampsnet

01 Oct 2010
08:13:31am
Hello All. Hope I got the right section to report this.

I have noticed what I would consider a software bug when trying to print invoices. If I click on the "Print Invoice" button first there is no date in the date line on the invoice. You have to click on the "Email Invoice" button first which then sends you back to your invoice summary list.

From the invoice summary page you have to click on the invoice link to return to the invoice and then you can print the invoice with a date on it.

It would be nice to be able to print the invoice with the date without having to go through the extra steps of going back to the summary page.

It's not that big of a deal but it's one of those things that would make life a bit easier and who don't want that.

If there is a reason why this function works the way it does please forget my post. I appreciate the work that goes into keeping this site working and wish to thank you for it.

Don
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Fatherauld

01 Oct 2010
08:41:04am
re: Invoice Dates Reflect Date they were emailed, not Sold Date

Hi Don,
The date on the invoice that you are referring to is the date that the invoice was emailed to the buyer. If you press the "Printer Friendly" button before you email the invoice, the program hasn't as yet saved the date that the email was send, because the email hasn't been sent yet. In this situation, I could display "todays date" instead of the date the invoice was emailed. Would that work better?

Regards ... Tim.

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Estampsnet

01 Oct 2010
10:03:10am
re: Invoice Dates Reflect Date they were emailed, not Sold Date

Thanks for the information Tim. Like I said it's no big deal. Now that I know the reason behind it I can live with the way it is.

If it ain't broke... don't fix it.

Many thanks, Don

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Estampsnet

01 Oct 2010
08:13:31am

Hello All. Hope I got the right section to report this.

I have noticed what I would consider a software bug when trying to print invoices. If I click on the "Print Invoice" button first there is no date in the date line on the invoice. You have to click on the "Email Invoice" button first which then sends you back to your invoice summary list.

From the invoice summary page you have to click on the invoice link to return to the invoice and then you can print the invoice with a date on it.

It would be nice to be able to print the invoice with the date without having to go through the extra steps of going back to the summary page.

It's not that big of a deal but it's one of those things that would make life a bit easier and who don't want that.

If there is a reason why this function works the way it does please forget my post. I appreciate the work that goes into keeping this site working and wish to thank you for it.

Don

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Fatherauld

01 Oct 2010
08:41:04am

re: Invoice Dates Reflect Date they were emailed, not Sold Date

Hi Don,
The date on the invoice that you are referring to is the date that the invoice was emailed to the buyer. If you press the "Printer Friendly" button before you email the invoice, the program hasn't as yet saved the date that the email was send, because the email hasn't been sent yet. In this situation, I could display "todays date" instead of the date the invoice was emailed. Would that work better?

Regards ... Tim.

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Estampsnet

01 Oct 2010
10:03:10am

re: Invoice Dates Reflect Date they were emailed, not Sold Date

Thanks for the information Tim. Like I said it's no big deal. Now that I know the reason behind it I can live with the way it is.

If it ain't broke... don't fix it.

Many thanks, Don

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