• Subject: Re: Invoice Address Code (Customer File)
  • From: "Bruce A. Stern" <sternb@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 20 Jan 1998 21:42:33 -0500

>Has anyone used the invoice address code within the customer file to
>redirect where an invoice is sent?
>We had a JBA consultant recently tell us that if this field is populated,
>we need to add an additional check to ensure that our invoices are priced
>correctly.  This check involves making sure that if the field is indeed
>populated, we should use this value to chain out to the OEP20 file to
>ensure that there is indeed an OEP20 record for that customer '000'
>He was saying this on the basis that one of their customers is Kansas City,
>MO had their invoices all hosed up because there was no pricing data to
>Jim Sehi
>Sr. Programmer/Analyst

I am not sure I understand the question.  We hold the invoice address, what
we call the "bill to" address in the customer master file under the '000'
delivery sequence code.  By convention we always use another delivery
sequence code (or more than one for multiple delivery locations) for the
"ship to".  We then use the address for the '000' sequence to send the
invoice and the non-'000' address for the order acknowledgement and
shipment.  We show both on our documents, but we had the documents custom
modified to meet our needs.  We were told that the usage described was the
intended approach to "bill to" and "ship to" addresses.

Bruce Stern

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