Account Invoice Cumulative Discountby Onestein https://github.com/OCA/account-invoicing/ , Trey (www.trey.es) https://github.com/OCA/account-invoicing/ , Odoo Community Association (OCA) https://github.com/OCA/account-invoicing/
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Account Invoice Multiple Discount
Often the total discount on a sale order line is the result of multiple cumulative discounts offered to the customer for different reasons. Sometimes, it’s desirable to display a detail of how the total discount on a SO line was computed.
This module allows to express discounts on SO lines as mathematical expressions rather than a single number. For example, if I wish to offer to a particular customer a 10% discount for the selected payment method and an additional 20% discount for the selected payment term, on Odoo I should write a total discount of 28%; Using this module, instead, I can simply write ‘10+20’ in the discount column.
This module implements this feature also on invoices, and takes care of propagating a discount expression from a sale order to its destination invoice(s).
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To use this module, you need to enable the group ‘Discount on lines’ on the target user.
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