This document explains how you set the rules regulating which invoices should be included in a payment advice for a payer.
A payment advice rule is defined, regulating the minimum outstanding amount and the maximum number of days between the due date and the advice run date for including invoices.
The rule can be reviewed in 'Payment Advice Rule. Open' (ARS030).
When the payment advice rule is connected to each customer in 'Customer. Open' (CRS610/K) and activated, it is automatically applied when you select invoices to be included in the payment advice.
The comments are saved in the parameter file (CSYTAB).
|Program ID/Panel||Field||The field indicates …|
|(ARS030/E)||Minimum advice amount||… the minimum outstanding amount valid for the rule. Only invoices with an amount exceeding this minimum will then be selected for the payment advice.|
|(ARS030/E)||Number of days||… the maximum number of days between due date and run date. The due date must not exceed the run date by more than this number to be included in the payment advice.|
|(ARS030/E)||Payment advice base||
... the starting date for counting the number of days from the run date.
The valid alternatives are:
0 = Due date
1 = Invoice date.
If you select due date, the invoices included are those with a due date within the defined number of days starting from the run date of the advice proposal.
If you select invoice date, all invoices are included that have an invoice date within the specified number of days before the run date.
Start 'Payment Advice Rule. Open' (ARS030).
On the B panel, create a rule be entering a three-position alpha-numeric code or identity. Press New.
On panel (ARS030/E), enter a description and a name.
Enter the minimum advice amount, the number of days between due date and run date, and the date to use for the calculation. Press Enter.