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Template v1 Advanced Options

Depending on your custom requirements, additional tasks with respect to templates can involve:

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For topics beyond the scope of the usual template configuration, refer to our FAQ section PDF and Email.

For further help with template customization, contact JustOn Support.

Configuring Overrides

Depending on your organization's requirements, you must modify some labels or the number of decimal places that are to be printed on the invoice PDF. To do so, you configure override labels and decimal places in the corresponding template fields.

Configuring Override Labels

The template field Override Labels allows to define a new label for individual fields. The setting accepts all objects (standard, custom and JustOn objects) and fields. It therefore applies to all placeholder fields as well as fields in the line item table and the transaction table.

The field value is in JSON notation and has the following syntax:

{
  "ObjectApiName" : { "FieldApiName" : "Label" }
}

To define, for example, new labels for some invoice line item and invoice fields, use:

{
    "InvoiceLineItem__c": {
        "Title__c": "Product Name",
        "UnitPriceNet__c": "Price"
    },
    "Invoice__c": {
        "GrandTotal__c": "Invoice Total"
    }
}

A number of generic labels do not originate from fields. They can still be changed specifying them as Calculated:

{
    "Calculated": {
        "PosNo": "Position",
        "Subtotal": "Subtotal"
    }
}
Template Area Generic Label Designation Default Value
Page counter PageLabel Page
OfLabel of
Invoice line item table PosNo Pos.
Subtotal section SubTotalNetNoDiscount Subtotal (net)
SubTotalNetDiscounted Subtotal (discounted)
SubTotalDiscount Order Discount ([OrderDiscount])
SubTotalNet Subtotal (net)
SubTotalGross Subtotal (gross)
Total section Subtotal Subtotal
PaymentAmount Payment Amount
RefundAmount Refund Amount
RoundingDifference Rounding difference
TotalTax Total Tax
Credit Credit
Local currency table LocalAmount Local Currency
Balance table BalanceTitle Item
AccountBalance Account Balance
Received payments section
(deposit invoicing)
ReceivedPaymentsNet Received Payments (net)
ReceivedPaymentsGross Received Payments (gross)
ReceivedPaymentsTax Tax on Received Payments ([TaxRate])
Final payments section
(deposit invoicing)
FinalPaymentNet Remaining Final Payment (net)
FinalPaymentGross Remaining Final Payment (gross)
FinalPaymentTax Tax on Remaining Final Payment
Account statement table OpenAmount Open Amount
AmountGT Amount

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Labels are rendered in the language of the current user locale. If the language of the template differs from the user language, you need to override the labels for the fields PageLabel and OfLabel to produce a correctly localized invoice PDF.

The following code illustrates an example for German labels that may be used and must be overridden:

{
    "Calculated": {
        "PosNo" : "Pos.",
        "Subtotal" : "Zwischensumme",
        "PaymentAmount" : "Zahlbetrag",
        "RefundAmount" : "Erstattungsbetrag",
        "Credit" : "Gutschrift",
        "RoundingDifference" : "Rundungsdifferenz",
        "AccountBalance" : "Account-Saldo",
        "BalanceTitle" : "Posten",
        "OpenAmount" : "Offener Betrag",
        "SubTotalNet" : "Zwischensumme (netto)",
        "SubTotalGross" : "Zwischensumme (brutto)",
        "PageLabel" : "Seite",
        "OfLabel" : "von"
   }
}

To configure override labels:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Overrides section, double-click the Override Labels field and specify the override definition in JSON as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

Configuring Decimal Places

The template field Decimal Places is the most relevant setting to control the number of decimal places to be displayed for individual fields. The setting accepts all objects (standard, custom and JustOn objects) and fields. It therefore applies to all placeholder fields as well as fields in the line item table and the transaction table.

The field value is in JSON notation and has the following syntax:

{
  "ObjectApiName" : { "FieldApiName" : number }
}

To set, for example, the number of displayed decimal places for the price and tax fields of the invoice line item to 2 and for the invoice total to 4, use:

{
    "InvoiceLineItem__c": {
        "TaxRate__c": 2,
        "UnitPriceNet__c": 2,
        "Quantity__c": 2,
        "PosTotalNet__c": 2
    },
    "Invoice__c": {
        "GrandTotal__c": 4
    }
}

The setting also accepts special fields for calculated values:

{
    "Calculated": {
        "TaxAmount": 2,
        "SubTotalNet": 2,
        "SubTotalGross": 2
    }
}

To configure the number of decimal places:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Overrides section, double-click the Decimal Places field and specify the definition in JSON as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

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If there is no definition of decimal places in the template, JustOn falls back to the following settings in this order:

(1) Decimal Places for Unit Price and Decimal Places for Quantity on the invoice line item

(2) Decimal Places for Unit Price and Decimal Places for Quantity in the global settings

(3) Global default: two decimal places for all numeric values

Configuring Subtotal Display

Depending on your business requirements, you must display a subtotal after an invoice line item.

Generally, a subtotal section includes a row for the calculated net subtotal, followed by one or more rows for each distinct tax rate. After the last invoice line item, there will be always a subtotal section.

There are two options:

  • Using the checkbox Display Subtotal After on the subscription item or the invoice line item, you can force JustOn to produce a subtotal section after each invoice line item when generating the invoice.
  • You can, however, define a criterion that triggers the subtotal section display, grouping the invoice line items by this criterion at the same time. To do so, use the field Subtotal Criterion on the invoice template: Specify a field of the invoice line item, and each time the contents of the field changes, JustOn produces a subtotal section.

Displaying Grouped Subtotal Section

Subtotal Criterion set to TaxRate__c
Pos Title Unit Price Tax Rate Tax Amount Pos Total Net
1 A 10,00 10% 1,00 10,00
2 B 25,00 10% 2,50 25,00
Subtotal (net) 35,00
Tax (10%) 3,50
3 C 25,00 5% 1,25 25,00
Subtotal (net) 25,00
Tax (5%) 1,25
4 D ... ... ... ...

To set a subtotal criterion:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Line Items section, double-click the Subtotal Criterion field and specify the API name of the invoice line item field you want to use as subtotal criterion.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

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You can define a custom formula field on the invoice line item to be used as criterion if you must model complex subtotal criteria.

Displaying Gross Subtotal

You may want to display the gross subtotal, that is, the sum of the net subtotal and the taxes, for each subtotal section.

Subtotal Criteria set to TaxRate__c, including gross subtotal
Pos Title Unit Price Tax Rate Tax Amount Pos Total Net
1 A 10,00 10% 1,00 10,00
2 B 25,00 10% 2,50 25,00
Subtotal (net) 35,00
Tax (10%) 3,50
Subtotal (gross) 38,50
3 C 25,00 5% 1,25 25,00
Subtotal (net) 25,00
Tax (5%) 1,25
Subtotal (gross) 26,25
4 D ... ... ... ...

To enable the gross subtotal display, you add a corresponding CSS rule:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Layout & Design section, double-click the Custom CSS field and specify the following CSS code:

    .invoice-table .subtotal-calculated.gross {
        display: table-row;
    }
    
  3. Click Save.

Overriding Subtotal Labels

Your business may require to customize the labels for the calculated values Subtotal (net) and Subtotal (gross). Depending on your requirements, there are three options to do so:

Modifying Subtotal Custom Labels

You can override the subtotal labels SubTotalGross and SubTotalNet on org level.

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To modify custom labels, you must enable the Translation Workbench. For details, see Enable and Disable the Translation Workbench in the Salesforce Help.

  1. In Setup, open the Custom Labels list.

    In Salesforce Lightning, navigate to User Interface > Custom Labels.

    In Salesforce Classic, navigate to Create > Custom Labels.

  2. Click the name of the label you want to modify.

  3. Click New Local Translations/Overrides.
  4. Select the target language and specify the text as required.
  5. Click Save.

    This applies the new labels to all invoices generated in your org.

For additional information, see Custom Labels in the Salesforce Help.

Overriding Subtotal Labels per Template

Assume you want to specify new subtotal labels on a template-specific basis, like, for example, Net Subtotal instead of the default Subtotal (net). To do so:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Overrides section, double-click the Override Labels field and specify the override definition in JSON as required.

    {
        "calculated":{
            "SubTotalNet":"Net Subtotal",
            "SubTotalGross":"Gross Subtotal"
        }
    }
    
  3. Click Save.

    This applies the new labels to all invoices based on the current template.

For additional information, see Configuring Override Labels.

Overriding Individual Subtotal Labels

If you display grouped subtotal sections, you can configure individual overrides for the subtotal labels. Basically, you first set empty values by default, then use CSS to apply the individual labels.

Criterion Cause CSS Class Notes
Criterion-based subtotal Criterion is set in the field Subtotal Criterion on the invoice template - each time the contents of the field changes, JustOn produces a subtotal section. .criteria-OLD-NEW OLD and NEW represent the values of the set criterion field, like the tax rate if Subtotal Criteria set to TaxRate__c
To identify the actual CSS classes, use the template debug mode.
End of table To be printed after the last invoice line item .criteria-last
.criteria-last-OLD Append the OLD value with a preceding criterion change (covered with .criteria-OLD-NEW)
Forced subtotal Checkbox Display Subtotal After on the invoice line item is set. .criteria-forced
  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Overrides section, double-click the Override Labels field and specify empty strings in the override definition in JSON.

    {
        "calculated":{
            "SubTotalNet":"",
            "SubTotalGross":""
        }
    }
    
  3. In the Layout & Design section, double-click the Custom CSS field and specify the CSS code as required.

    Depending on your use case, set .criteria-OLD-NEW, .criteria-last-OLD or .criteria-forced. First hide the default label content, then specify the intended label text in content.

    tr.subtotal-calculated.gross.criteria-19_000-0_000 td.SubTotalGross.label:after  {
        content: "Subtotal for taxable products";
        visibility: visible;
    }
    
    tr.subtotal-calculated.gross.criteria-last-0_000 td.SubTotalGross.label:after  {
        content: "Subtotal for tax-exempt products";
        visibility: visible;
    }
    
  4. Click Save.

    This applies the new labels to the corresponding subtotal sections.

Controlling Subtotal Tax and Subtotal Order Discount Display

By default, JustOn includes the tax information and order discount information in each subtotal section. Depending on your business requirements, however, you can configure JustOn to print a summary of this information for the entire invoice instead of displaying it separately in each subtotal section.

To this end, use the following template fields:

Field Description Default Value
No Subtotal Tax (checkbox) If selected, disables the display of the subtotal tax for each individual subtotal section and prints a tax summary for the entire invoice. false
No Subtotal Discount (checkbox) If selected, disables the display of the subtotal order discount for each individual subtotal section and prints an order discount summary for the entire invoice. false

To configure the subtotal tax display:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. Click Edit in the detail view.
  3. In the Line Items section, select or deselect the checkbox No Subtotal Tax.
  4. Click Save.

To configure the subtotal order discount display:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. Click Edit in the detail view.
  3. In the Line Items section, select or deselect the checkbox No Subtotal Discount.
  4. Click Save.

Displaying Total Net or Total Tax

Your business may require to display the invoice total net or invoice total tax above the grand total. To enable the total net and total tax display, you add a corresponding CSS rule:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Layout & Design section, double-click the Custom CSS field and specify the following CSS code:

    .invoice-table tr.totalNet,
    .invoice-table tr.totalTax {
        display: table-row;
    }
    
  3. Click Save.

Grouping Invoice Line Items by Category

Depending on your business requirements, you may need to group related invoice line items and display a corresponding category header. To this end, use the following template fields:

Field Description
Category Criterion Specifies the invoice line item field that is used as the categorization criterion.
Category Label Specifies the text to be printed as the category header. Can contain placeholders like [ProductGroup] to allow for a category-specific distinction.

When using the category criterion and category label, be aware of the following characteristics:

  • The category header is displayed for each group of invoice line items.
  • If a group of invoice line items is distributed over several subtotal sections, the header is also shown above the first invoice line item after a subtotal section.
  • JustOn does not sort the invoice line items according to the groups. To actually merge invoice line items of one group into one category section on the invoice, you can use the Sequence field.
  • If the Category Label contains a placeholder that refers to a line item field, it refers to the first line item below the header.
  • If the invoice line item field as specified by Category Criterion is empty for the first invoice line item of a group or after a subtotal section, then the category header is not displayed.
Category Criterion set to ProductGroup__c and Category Label set to Group [ProductGroup]
Pos Title Unit Price Tax Rate Tax Amount Pos Total Net
Group G1
1 A 10,00 10% 1,00 10,00
2 B 25,00 10% 2,50 25,00
Group G2
3 C 25,00 10% 2,50 25,00
4 D ... ... ... ...

To configure the invoice line item group display:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Line Items section, double-click the Category Criterion field and specify the API name of the invoice line item field you want to use as category criterion.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Double-click the Category Label field and specify the text to be printed as the category header.

    The label can contain placeholders like [ProductGroup].

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  4. Click Save.

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You can define custom formula fields on the invoice line item to be used as criterion and label if you must model complex category criteria.

Using CSS to Control Output

Certain use cases require multiple templates with only small differences. Multiple templates, however, may become difficult to maintain. This section illustrates some example requirements and shows how to cover them with a single template.

Available Style Classes

JustOn supports specific CSS classes that allow for applying some custom styling to the contents of certain invoice or dunning fields.

CSS classes in the body element of the invoice PDF
Considered Invoice Field Available CSS Classes Notes
Class class-Invoice
class-Credit
Type type-Installment
no-type
Email Invoice is-email-invoice
no-email-invoice
Print Invoice is-print-invoice
no-print-invoice
Business Entity business-entity-<Company_Name>
no-business-entity
The business entity class name is composed of business-entity- and the name of the business entity, where the allowed characters include a–z, A–Z, 0–9, and underscore (_). That is, you must replace dots, commas or spaces with underscores, and special characters with their nearest ASCII neighbor.
For compatibility reasons, JustOn supports the business entity-specific CSS class names that use tenant, like no-tenant.
CSS classes in the body element of the dunning PDF
Considered Dunning Field Available CSS Classes Notes
Level level-1
Email Dunning is-email-dunning
no-email-dunning
Print Dunning is-print-dunning
no-print-dunning
Business Entity business-entity-<Company_Name>
no-business-entity
The business-entity class name is composed of business-entity- and the name of the business-entity, where the allowed characters include a–z, A–Z, 0–9, and underscore (_). That is, you must replace dots, commas or spaces with underscores, and special characters with their nearest ASCII neighbor.
For compatibility reasons, JustOn supports the business entity-specific CSS class names that use tenant, like no-tenant.

You can define the field AdditionalStyleClass on the invoice or dunning. Its content will be normalized and added as an additional style class to the body element. Use this field to consider the values of further invoice or dunning fields to be styled using CSS.

Depending on your business, you may decide on a per customer basis whether to email PDF documents or to post hard copies. To this end, you can mark invoices using the Email Invoice or Print Invoice checkboxes.

Now assume that you print invoices or statements on your company stationery, which already includes all relevant company information and design elements. In this case, you hide the header, footer and logo.

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Layout & Design section, double-click the Custom CSS field and specify the following CSS code:

    .is-print-invoice .page-footer, .is-print-invoice .page-header, .is-print-invoice .header, .is-print-invoice .logo {
        display: none;
    }
    
  3. Click Save.

    This suppresses the header, footer and logo if the invoice is marked as Print Invoice.

If you work with business entities, you can apply individual company information for them.

The following example assumes that you have two business entities:

  • Business Entity 1: AMERICA
  • Business Entity 2: EUROPE

You want to use business entity-specific logos and footers, whereas the other information (like invoice texts and table configurations) remain the same. Implementing this example involves three steps:

Adding Business Entity-Specific Logos

You can add the two logos using the image-by-ID mechanism (as mentioned in Handling Multiple Images) to a text building block like Header or Info Left.

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Following the example, the images are moved using the position CSS declaration, so you can use any generic text container to hold the image references.

Assuming the image IDs are 50130000000014A (logo for Business Entity 1) and 50240000000025B (logo for Business Entity 2), use the following placeholders to declare the logos:

[img|byid:50130000000014A][img|byid:50240000000025B]
  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Header & Footer section, double-click, for example, the Header field and add the placeholders as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

Adding Business Entity-Specific Footers

Now you add two footers to the Footer field. To allow them for being addressed individually, you wrap them in addressable DIV elements, like

<div class="footer-Entity1">Business Entity 1 Footer Content</div>
<div class="footer-Entity2">Business Entity 2 Footer Content</div>
  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Header & Footer section, double-click the Footer field and add the footer texts as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

Finally, you hide the logos and footers by default and enable them based on the business entity. These custom CSS rules do the job:

#50130000000014A, #50240000000025B {
    position: absolute;
    left:0;
    top:0;
    display: none;
}

.footer-Entity1, .footer-Entity2 {
    display: none;
}

.business-entity-AMERICA #50130000000014A, .business-entity-AMERICA .footer-Entity1 {
    display: block;
}

.business-entity-EUROPE #50240000000025B, .business-entity-EUROPE .footer-Entity2 {
    display: block;
}
  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Layout & Design section, double-click the Custom CSS field and specify the CSS code as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

Configuring Transaction Display

Displaying Transaction Records on Invoices

You can configure JustOn to print a table of transaction records on an invoice. To this end, provide a corresponding configuration (in JSON notation) in the template field Transaction Records.

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Additional Content section, double-click the Transaction Records field and specify the transaction table configuration as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

    Once set up as required, this triggers JustOn to create the transaction table and print it to the invoice PDF. For details about regenerating the transaction table, see How to create a new transaction table.

Note

Make sure that the checkbox fields

  • ON_AddToTransactionTable on the source object (see Controlling Fields) and
  • DisplayTransactionTables on the invoice

are selected.

Configuration Options

The following configuration records are possible:

Keyword Data Type Possible Values Description
active Boolean true or false Activates the current configuration record.
title string The text to be printed above the transaction table.
name string object API name Specifies the source object for the transaction records to be displayed.
Note that the object needs a lookup relationship to the invoice.
invoiceFieldName string Specifies the field that holds the invoice number. Optional, required if there are more than one lookup fields.
fields list of strings field names Specifies the columns and their order to be rendered.
JustOn takes the column header from the field labels, and it considers the field types and applies the corresponding number and date formats of the template.
You can use the special field PosNo to display a running number of the records in a separate column.
calculationFields list of strings field names Specifies the fields (columns) whose values are to be added up.
order string Specifies a comma-separated list of fields whose values are to define the sort order of the records (optional).
conditions list of strings Specifies complex conditions (optional). Can be used to restrict the number of printed records, like Quantity > 1000.
Multiple conditions are separated by AND. String values must be enclosed in single quotes.
For more details, see the SOQL and SOSL Reference in the Salesforce Developer Documentation.
subtotal map: string => list<string> Specifies a map of fields to field lists. Determines that a subtotal is printed when a column (the "field") changes its value. The "field list" specifies the subtotal fields.
Configuration Examples

Show all records of the type Transaction__c that are related to the current invoice:

[{
    "active" : true,
    "title" : "Billed Transactions",
    "name" : "Transaction__c",
    "fields" : [ "Date__c", "ExternalId__c", "Description__c", "Quantity__c" ],
    "calculationFields" : [ "Quantity__c" ],
    "order" : "Type__c, Date__c"
}]

Show all records of the type Transaction__c that have set the type Foo, and hide records of the type Bar:

[{
    "active" : true,
    "title" : "Billed Transactions of type Foo",
    "name" : "Transaction__c",
    "fields" : [ "Date__c", "ExternalId__c", "Description__c", "Quantity__c" ],
    "order" : "Date__c",
    "conditions" : [ "Type__c = 'Foo'" ]
},
{
    "active" : false,
    "title" : "Billed Transactions of type Bar",
    "name" : "Transaction__c",
    "fields" : [ "Date__c", "ExternalId__c", "Description__c", "Quantity__c" ],
    "order" : "Date__c",
    "conditions" : [ "Type__c = 'Bar'" ]
}]

Show all transaction detail records that refer to the invoice via the field ONB2__Transaction__r.ONB2__Invoice__c:

[{
    "active" : true,
    "title" : "Billed Transaction Details",
    "order" : "Date__c",
    "name" : "TransactionDetail__c",
    "fields" : [ "Date__c", "Quantity__c", "Price__c" ],
    "invoiceFieldName" : "Invoice__c"
}]

Display a subtotal after each change of Description__c and Title__c:

[{
    "active" : true,
    "title" : "Billed Transactions",
    "name" : "Transaction__c",
    "fields" : [ "Date__c", "ExternalId__c", "Description__c", "Quantity__c" ],
    "calculationFields" : [ "Quantity__c" ],
    "order" : "Type__c, Date__c",
    "subtotal" : { "Description__c" : ["Quantity__c", "Price__c"],
                   "Title__c" : ["SingleIndividualCount__c"]}
}]

When invoicing objects in a parent-child relation, show the child records in the transaction table:

This example assumes you invoice Case records (= source parent object), with Product Consumed records (= source child object) that represent the actual usage data, as outlined in Best Practice: JustOn for Field Service. Now you want the date, name and quantity of the products consumed to be displayed in the transaction table on the invoice PDF.

Make sure to select ON_AddToTransactionTable on both the parent and the child records.

[{
    "active" : true,
    "title" : "Products Consumed",
    "name" : "ProductConsumed__c",
    "invoiceFieldName" : "ON_Invoice__c",
    "invoiceRelationshipFieldName" : "Case__r.ON_Invoice__r",
    "fields" : [ "ON_Date__c", "ON_Title__c", "ON_Quantity__c" ]
}]

If your business requires to show many columns in the transaction tables, you may need to rotate the corresponding pages of the invoice PDF in order to print landscape. To do so, you add a corresponding CSS rule to the template.

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Layout & Design section, double-click the Custom CSS field and specify the following CSS code:

    @page land {
        size: landscape;
    }
    .c9 {
        page: land;
    }
    
  3. Click Save.

Attaching Transaction CSV to Invoices

You can configure JustOn to generate CSV files for transaction records to be attached to invoices. Use this functionality if the transaction tables as printed directly on invoices become too large or if you need the CSV files for a specific purpose.

To generate transaction CSV files, provide a corresponding configuration (in JSON notation) in the template field Transaction CSV.

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Additional Content section, double-click the Transaction CSV field and specify the transaction CSV file configuration as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

    Once set up as required, this triggers JustOn to create the transaction CSV file and attach it to the invoice when executing a batch finalization. For details about regenerating the transaction CSV, see How to create a new transaction table.

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At the size of 262 kB, JustOn splits the CSV attachment into a new file. So if there are many transaction records, JustOn produces multiple CSV files, putting a numbering to the file name like

  • 2019-01515_Orders_All_1.csv
  • 2019-01515_Orders_All_2.csv

Note

Make sure that the checkbox field ON_AddToCsv on the source object (see Controlling Fields) is selected.

Configuration Options

The following configuration records are possible:

Keyword Data Type Possible Values Description
active Boolean true or false Activates the current configuration record.
name string object API name Specifies the source object for the transaction records to be displayed.
note that the object needs a lookup relationship to the invoice.
title string Part of the CV file name, which is generated as follows InvoiceNo_ObjectName_Title_No.csv.
invoiceFieldName string Specifies the field that holds the invoice number. Optional, required if there are more than one lookup fields.
order string Specifies a comma-separated list of fields whose values are to define the sort order of the records (optional).
conditions list of strings Specifies complex conditions (optional). Can be used to restrict the number of printed records, like Quantity > 1000.
Multiple conditions are separated by AND. String values must be enclosed in single quotes.
For more details, see the SOQL and SOSL Reference in the Salesforce Developer Documentation.
config map Specifies a configuration that defines the columns and format of the CSV file. For details, see Defining CSV File JSON Configuration.
The config key must have a rows setting with the following row definitions:
headerRow - A list of column labels to be printed at the start of each CSV file.
recordRow - A list of fields where each row corresponds to a transaction record.
Configuration Example
[{
"active" : true,
"name" : "Transaction__c",
"order" : "Type__c, Date__c",
"invoiceFieldName" : "Invoice__c",
"conditions" : [ ],
"config" : {
             "useASCII" : false,
             "rows" : {
                        "headerRow" : [ "Date", "ExternalId", "Description", "Quantity" ],
                        "recordRow" : [ "Date__c", "ExternalId__c", "Description__c", "Quantity__c" ]
                      },
             "rowOrder" : [ "recordRow" ],
             "options" : {
                           "timeFormat" : "hh:mm a",
                           "language" : "en",
                           "groupingSeparator" : "",
                           "decimalSeparator" : ".",
                           "dateFormat" : "yyyy/MM/dd"
                         },
             "decimalPlaces" : { },
             "columnSeparator" : ","
           }
}]

Configuring Installment Display

Controlling Installment Table on Invoices

With an applied installment setting, JustOn automatically prints the payment plan to the invoice PDF. There are two template fields that control the display of the corresponding installment information:

Template Field Description
Installment Columns Defines the columns for the installment table, must be a list of payment field names separated by semicolons. Defaults to Title__c;Date__c;Amount__c.
Installments Text Specifies text to be rendered above the installment table.

To configure the contents of the installment table:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Information section, double-click the Installment Columns field and specify the installment table configuration as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

To specify a text that introduces the payment plan:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Additional Content section, double-click the Installment Text field and type the text as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

Hiding Deposit Installment on Invoice PDF

When creating installments, JustOn may create a deposit installment that represents the sum of payment balances assigned to the invoice. By default, the deposit payment is the first entry of the payment plan as printed to the invoice PDF. Depending on your requirements, however, you may decide not to show the received payment in the list of payments still to be made.

You can use a custom CSS rule to suppress the deposit payment row in the printed invoice:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Layout & Design section, double-click the Custom CSS field and specify the following CSS code:

    .is-print-invoice .depositInstallmentRow {
        display: none;
    }
    
  3. Click Save.

Configuring Balance Table on Invoices

With an existing invoice balance, JustOn automatically prints the balance to the invoice PDF.

Balance Table Concepts

An invoice balance usually alters the payment amount - this is why the balance records are not printed as a separate table but as part of the invoice table between the invoice grand total and the final payment amount, like illustrated below:

Pos Title Quantity Tax Rate Unit Price Pos Total
1 Product 1 0,00% 25,00 25,00
Subtotal (net) 25,00
Tax (0,00%) 0,00
Grand Total 25,00
Prepayment 2017-03-02 -10,00
Payment Amount 15,00

There are two template fields that control the display of the corresponding balance information:

Template Field Description
Balance Columns Defines the columns for the balance table. The definition must be a list of balance field API names separated by semicolons. If BalanceTitle is used, the column will display the text defined in the field Balance Types.
The default definition is BalanceTitle;Date__c;Amount__c
Balance Types Specifies a mapping (in JSON notation) of the values defined in the Type field of the Balance object to some display text (which can include placeholders).
Types that are not specified in the mapping are not displayed on the invoice.

The default balance type mapping is

[ {
"type" : "Payment",
"title" : "Payment"
}, {
"type" : "Refund",
"title" : "Refund"
}, {
"type" : "Prepayment",
"title" : "Prepayment"
}, {
"type" : "Payout",
"title" : "Payout"
}, {
"type" : "Clearing",
"title" : "Clearing"
}, {
"type" : "Settlement",
"title" : "Settlement for Invoice [RelatedInvoiceNo]"
}, {
"type" : "Dunning Fee",
"title" : "Dunning Fee"
} ]

Modifying Balance Table Columns

Depending on your organization's requirements, you must add or remove columns or change their sequence.

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Information section, double-click the Balance Columns field and specify the balance column configuration as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

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You can use any balance field. Note that the specified order defines the column sequence.

Modifying Balance Type Display

You can configure which balance types are to be displayed in the balance table and modify their display names.

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Information section, double-click the Balance Types field and specify the balance type configuration as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

Hiding Balance Table

Depending on your business requirements, you may need to prevent the balance table from being printed. There are two ways to hide the balance table:

  • emptying the Balance Types field,
  • using a custom CSS rule.

Hiding Balance Table Clearing Balance Types

You can prevent the balance table from being printed, clearing the field contents. This takes advantage of the fact that balance types that are not specified in the Balance Types field are not displayed on the invoice.

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Information section, double-click the Balance Types field and clear its contents.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the field.

  3. Click Save.

Hiding Balance Table Using CSS

Alternatively, you can apply a custom CSS rule that hides the balance table:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Layout & Design section, double-click the Custom CSS field and specify the following CSS code:

    tr.balances {
        display: none;
    }
    
  3. Click Save.

Displaying Tax Breakdown Table

If multiple taxes are applied, JustOn can print the tax breakdown table on the invoice PDF. This table contains one line for each applied tax rule. The amount is the sum of all taxes of the same rule. The table is sorted first by the tax type and then by the applied tax rule.

To configure the tax breakdown table display in the invoice template, use the following fields:

Field Description Default Value
Tax Table Checkbox to enable or disable the tax table display on the invoice
Tax Table Text An introductory text for the tax table The composition of the taxes is presented on the following table.
Tax Table Columns Defines the tax detail fields (API names) to be displayed as columns in the tax table, separated by semicolon.
To display the local currency, add LocalAmount.
Name;AppliedTaxRule__c;Rate__c;Amount__c

Before using the tax breakdown table, you may have to add the corresponding fields to the template layout:

  1. Navigate to the object management settings of the Template object.
  2. Click Page Layouts.
  3. In the row of Template Layout, click Edit.
  4. Drag the fields Tax Table, Tax Table Columns and Tax Table Text to the Line Items section.
  5. Click Save to save the modified page layout.

For help about modifying page layouts, see Managing Pages.

To configure the tax table display:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. Click Edit in the detail view.
  3. Modify the values for Tax Table, Tax Table Text and Tax Table Columns as required.
  4. Click Save.

Configuring Payment Reference Text

Depending on your organization's requirements, you specify a string that is to be written as the payment reference for SEPA payments. To do so, you configure the template field Payment Reference.

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Payment Information section, double-click the Payment Reference field and modify the information as required.

    Modify the default value [InvoiceNo] - [InvoiceDate] as necessary.

    You can use the placeholders that are available for the invoice context.

  3. Click Save.

Configuring Reverse Charge Notice Text

You can configure JustOn to display a reverse charge notice for invoices to be sent to buyers in specific countries.

The invoice template includes a specific text block for the reverse charge information.

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Whether the text is displayed or not depends on the setting of the corresponding controlling field on the invoice.

The template supports separate text blocks for three use cases:

Invoice Field ShowReverseChargeText Selected Text Block
RC Reverse Charge Text
EU Reverse Charge Text EU
Non-EU Tax Information Non-EU

To configure this text:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. In the Texts section, double-click the Reverse Charge Text, Reverse Charge Text EU and Tax Information Non-EU fields and specify the information as required.

    Alternatively, you can click Edit in the detail view to edit the fields.

  3. Click Save.

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Template text blocks can contain

  • plain text
  • placeholders
  • HTML code for tables, lists, links, etc.

If you use HTML code in template text blocks, make sure to write all code in a single line to avoid line breaks being converted to <br/> tags.

Displaying Outstanding Invoices

Depending on your business requirements, you can have JustOn print a table of outstanding invoices on an invoice PDF. This table lists other open invoices of the corresponding account.

To configure the outstanding invoices table display in the invoice template, use the following fields:

Field Description Default Value
Outstanding Invoices Checkbox to enable or disable the outstanding invoices table display on the invoice.
Outstanding Invoices Text Specifies the text to be printed above the table of outstanding invoices. For your information, below is a list of outstanding invoices that are either unpaid, partially paid or overpaid.

To configure the outstanding invoices table display:

  1. Open the template to be edited.
  2. Click Edit in the detail view.
  3. In the Additional Content section, select or deselect the checkbox Outstanding Invoices modify the value for Outstanding Invoices Text as required.
  4. Click Save.

Accessing Template Debug Mode

The layout, styling, positioning of the template building blocks is controlled using CSS rules. JustOn defines a default set of CSS rules (see CSS Rules).

To identify the class for an element that you want to override using custom CSS, you can proceed as follows:

  1. Open the detail view of the corresponding record (invoice, dunning reminder or account statement).

    A standard URL of an invoice, for example, may look like

    https://<server>/apex/InvoiceView?id=<id>&sfdc.override=1 (Classic UI) or

    https://<server>/lightning/r/ONB2__Invoice__c/<id>/view (Lightning UI)

  2. Modify the URL as follows, then press Enter.

    1. For Classic, replace the InvoiceView or DunningView directive with InvoicePDF or DunningPDF, respectively, and append the query string &debug=true like:

      https://<server>/apex/InvoicePDF?id=<id>&sfdc.override=1&debug=true
      
    2. For Lightning, replace the complete path with apex/ONB2__InvoicePDF?id=<id> or, respectively, apex/ONB2__DunningPDF?id=<id> for dunning reminders or account statements, and append the query string &debug=true like:

      https://<server>/apex/ONB2__InvoicePDF?id=<id>&debug=true
      

    If required, you can also add a language query string, like &lang=en, for example

    https://<server>/apex/ONB2__InvoicePDF?id=<id>&debug=true&lang=en
    

    This opens the intermediate HTML file, which you can now inspect using your tool of choice.