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Query - Prepaid Customers

Query - Prepaid Customers

Query - Prepaid Customers

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Please indicate if there is any feature within Sage 300 (apart from the credit limit option) that can be used to restrict transactions for customers without a prepayment/deposit.

This control mechanism should reflect "Your deposit has been exhausted" when an attempt is made to process a transaction greater than the customers prepayment/ deposit.

RE: Query - Prepaid Customers

There's nothing within Sage that will do that.

You could look at Orchid's Extender product which would allow you to introduce new business logic to do what you need.

RE: Query - Prepaid Customers

A rather crude way could be using an SQL trigger to place a sales order on hold if your criteria are met. I've done something similar.

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