>If you utilize menu option 2/OEM, select option #1 (invoice address).  If
>you create an address through this method, it is not the typical statement
>account code.  You can tie a delivery address (created via 2/OEM) to a
>specific statement account if you code the statement account code on the
>delivery address record.  There is also a slot to house the invoice address
>code there.  If you create an invoice address as described above, you can
>route the invoice document to a 3rd address in this manor that is neither
>tied to the ship-to or the bill-to.  But you cannot have an account code
>with both a statement and invoice address because they are mutually
>exclusive.
>
>What version of JBA System 21 are you utilizing today?  We are at 3.4.3
>moving to 3.5.0 (neither in production yet).
>
>Jim Sehi


We have one site on 2.4.3 and the other on 3.4.5, both in production.  Now I
understand what you are driving at.  It seems that a customer can have a
statement address or an invoice address but not both.  We do not use the
invoice address options at all.

Bruce Stern

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