Topic: Customer Invoices

Simple invoicing database. Also you can to print the invoice.


Download:
http://myvisualdatabase.com/database_ex … nvoice.zip



Screenshots:

http://myvisualdatabase.com/database_examples/invoices1.png

http://myvisualdatabase.com/database_examples/invoices2.png

http://myvisualdatabase.com/database_examples/invoices3.png

Dmitry.

2 (edited by eyeman303 2019-06-05 09:47:10)

Re: Customer Invoices

I am trying to create a Money Receipt Printout, based on this program. However, the data is not loading correctly, and showing an error message. Where I am going wrong? Please help.

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Attachment icon Invoice error.zip 495.05 kb, 74 downloads since 2019-06-05 

3 (edited by rayan 2019-06-06 07:26:45)

Re: Customer Invoices

Hi eyeman303, for the first pic you sended, it's because you probably use letter on calculated field, or there is no numeral or number default  value on a calculated field

Re: Customer Invoices

Please attach your project, I will test it.

Dmitry.

Re: Customer Invoices

I studied the Simple Invoicing Database and want to understand how the table 'bills" gets the id_clients input? FrmService inputs are saved in table "bills" and frmService does not include any client reference. Add Services button in frmClient opens the frmService. Does this somehow add the client details to the bills table?

6 (edited by derek 2019-11-11 10:59:07)

Re: Customer Invoices

Hello Eyeman,
The data structure defines a one-to-many relationship between 'clients' and 'bills'. 
The form 'frmservice' can only be accessed through 'frmclient' which already knows the clients.id.  Therefore, when the form 'frmservice' is opened, clients.id is passed through and used to automatically generate (and save) the foreign key (bills.id_clients) without you having to do anything. 
This is 'standard' MVD functionality and one of its main strengths.
Derek.

Re: Customer Invoices

Hello Derek,
This is great. Let there be  table_1 and table_2, with a field id_table_1 in table_2. Inputs in form_1 are saved in table_1 and those from form_2 are saved in table_2. As a general rule it would mean that any button on form_1 that opens the second form_2, will automatically know form_1.id and populate the foreign key table_2.id_table_1 and there is no need to create a drop-down object in form_2 to select id_table_1. Have I understood correctly?
Thank you for explaining the principles of MVD.

Re: Customer Invoices

Hi,
Yes, you've got it.
Derek.

Re: Customer Invoices

How can I select all item tablegrid1 from service and push botton ok to save table bill ?
thanks you

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Attachment icon select all..JPG 43.68 kb, 3 downloads since 2019-11-25 

Re: Customer Invoices

agusecc wrote:

How can I select all item tablegrid1 from service and push botton ok to save table bill ?
thanks you

I made an example for you. You can select all items using Ctr+A, or click+Shift(Ctrl)

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Attachment icon multiselect items for add.zip 24.25 kb, 48 downloads since 2019-11-25 

Dmitry.

Re: Customer Invoices

Thanks You Verry Much Drive Soft.. Excelent...