Controlling Certifications Display
JustOn Billing & Invoice Management is certified according to various compliance standards, including, for example, the Certification Rules NF Logiciel (NF203) and the ISO/IEC 25051:2014 standard. For details, see Trust and Compliance Certifications.
Your business may want – or, depending on legal or fiscal regulations, require – to show the certifications. To this end, JustOn allows to print certificates to the produced PDF documents for invoices, dunning reminders and account statements.
The support for diplaying relevant certifications on PDF files is available as of JustOn Billing & Invoice Management 2.80.
Certifications Display Implementation
The available certifications and the way they are displayed are hardcoded into the software. That is, you cannot add your own certificates or modify the display. You can, however, control which (of the available) certifications are displayed using their specific names (like
NF203) on Business Entity level.
Once set up, JustOn Billing & Invoice Management prints a dedicated certifications
div container below the page footer to the produced PDF file. This container includes an additional
div container for each certification string, using the name of the certification as its class name. In the (intermediate) HTML, this looks as follows:
<div class="certifications"> <div class="NF203">Certif. NF203 (D438) - JustOn v. 2.80</div> </div>
Defining Displayed Certifications
To control which certifications to display, you add the certification name to the business entity field
Click to enter Setup, then open Custom Settings.
In Salesforce Lightning, navigate to Custom Code > Custom Settings.
In Salesforce Classic, navigate to Develop > Custom Settings.
Click Manage in the row of Business Entity.
- Click the name of the business entity to be modified.
Certificationsfield, specify the name of the relevant certifications as required.
Enter, for example,
This will print
Certif. NF203 (D438) - JustOn v. 2.80to each PDF document issued for the selected business entity.
If a certification is not available, JustOn will not show the certification string.