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EBI9.2: What Are The Answers To Some Questions Related To Emailing Invoices In Billing? (Doc ID 2313626.1)

Last updated on MAY 29, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Billing - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


What are the answers to the below questions:

Q1. Can be parsed out the one PDF file to individual invoices or is there a way to create one pdf for each invoice?
Q2. Can the invoices be reviewed before being emailed out?
Q3. Can be stored multiple email addresses for each customer, email invoices to multiple contacts?
Q4. The different awards for each customer can be distinguished. There are different email addresses for each award.
Q5. Can be tracked when an invoice has been emailed and when has not been emailed?
Q6. Can be tracked how many times an invoice has been emailed out?
Q7. What setup is required to receive email responses when the email has been sent?
Q8. How to attach additional documents to the email before sending this out?
Q9. How to attach the sent email to a contract?
Q10. Is there received an email notification when an invoice has been emailed or would the user have to email it himself and then check the email log?
Q11. Can be run Single Action Invoice/ Finalize and Print process and not sending the emails out in order for the users to be able to review them?
Q12. Can the Reprint Invoices process send the invoices by emails (without being emailed in the first place by Finalize and Print process)?
Q13. How to have separate PDFs for each invoice when using Reprinting?
Q14. With the printing and emailing of the invoices, message log for BI_XMLPBURST shows "Invoice Images attached: 1", but when Reprint process is run, the message changed to "Invoice Images attached: 0". Why is that?


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