These discounts are noted as "X1/Y1/X2/Y2/X3/Y3/..." where: End-of-Month Dating End-of-Month dating indicates that a percentage deduction from the invoice cost before shipping is available beginning the last day of the month for which the invoice is dated. Whether you're looking for an obscure phrase or your basic marketing definition, the AMA Dictionary has it all!So here are the triggers:trigger pm EOMPlus Net-- Created by Mariano Gomez, MVP-- No warranties expressed or implied CREATE TRIGGER pm EOMPlus Net ON dbo.
For example EOM for TX 8.4.x was announced to be 29-Jan-2016 in the following lifecycle page. q45=K522132L40227S70 The above support lifecycle page contains the following information.Of course, you cannot manage this type of payment term request in GP, not out-of-the-box anyways, which most of the time will require a customization to deal with the issue. The triggers will use the Net Days field in the Payment Terms Master (dbo. DOCDATE) 1, 0))) FROM RM20101 A INNER JOIN INSERTED I ON (A. In this article, I will examine setting up two SQL Server triggers: one on the PM Transaction Open File (dbo. SY03300) table to calculate the net days after the end of month to assign the invoice due date. They are noted as "X/Y/net Z" where: Variable Discounts To encourage early payment for goods, vendors sometimes offer a sliding scale of discounts called "variable discounts." Variable discounts are calculated as a percentage that is deducted from the invoice cost before shipping.The earlier the store makes payment on the goods, the greater the discount. It is calculated by subtracting from planned sales all projected nonrent costs including a projected or planned profit figure.