Reconcile: with multiple lines / partial / with writeoffs
This module was written to extend the functionality of Easy Reconcile (account_easy_reconcile).
- In addition to the features implemented in Easy Reconcile (account_easy_reconcile), which are:
reconciliation facilities for big volume of transactions
setup different profiles of reconciliation by account
each profile can use many methods of reconciliation
- this module is also a base to create others reconciliation methods
which can plug in the profiles
a profile a reconciliation can be run manually or by a cron
monitoring of reconcilation runs with an history
It implements a basis to created advanced reconciliation methods in a few lines of code.
- Typically, such a method can be:
- Reconcile Journal items if the partner and the ref are equal
- Reconcile Journal items if the partner is equal and the ref is the same than ref or name
- Reconcile Journal items if the partner is equal and the ref match with a pattern
- And they allows:
- Reconciliations with multiple credit / multiple debit lines
- Partial reconciliations
- Write-off amount as well
- A method is already implemented in this module, it matches on items:
- Ref on credit move lines should be case insensitive equals to the ref or the name of the debit move line
The base class to find the reconciliations is built to be as efficient as possible.
So basically, if you have an invoice with 3 payments (one per month), the first month, it will partial reconcile the debit move line with the first payment, the second month, it will partial reconcile the debit move line with 2 first payments, the third month, it will make the full reconciliation.
This module is perfectly adapted for E-Commerce business where a big volume of move lines and so, reconciliations, are involved and payments often come from many offices.
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