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Comment by kantntre...@gmail.com:
Thanks for the feedback.
> I don't get the usage of dunning procedures?Could you go into details about what is unclear?
> In account.dunning.level, what is the usage of level? The number of daysAgreed, that's redundant and will be removed.
> already give an order.
> In account.dunning.level instead of text, I will use a link to the reportYou mean a Many2One to "ir.action.report"?
> to use.
> In account.dunning.dunning, why storing the dunning_level as it could beBecause it could be the case that the interval between two dunning runs is
> computed, idem for date.
longer than the time between to dunning levels. For example if no dunning
run is done for some time a receivable entry could be in the second dunning
level according to the days since the maturity date but you nevertheless
don't want to skip the first dunning level and politely remind the customer
before ultimately threaten with legal measures.
> I would prefer to not extend account.move.line and put all in theBut the dunning procedure to be applied to the receivable is a property of
> dunning lines.
the move line itself. What would be the advantage of having an additional
object mapping move lines to dunning procedures?
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