The Invoice object represents the information contained within the Invoice header.
The InvoiceModel object represents a model added to an invoice. In EPASS, a model is a product that a customer can purchase, such as a stove or a dishwasher.
The InvoiceItem object represents an item added to an invoice. In EPASS, items are parts or accessories sold to customers or used by service technicians.
The InvoicePackage object contains details of a ‘“package”’ (a collection of models, items, warranties, or charges sold at a single price).
The InvoiceMisc object represents a miscellaneous charge, credit, or promotion that is added to an invoice. Examples of miscellaneous items are delivery charges, instant rebates, and ‘“price matching”’ discounts.
The InvoiceWarranty object represents an extended warranty product added to an invoice.
The InvoiceLabor object represents a labor fee that can be added to an invoice. Labor fees usually represent the selling price of a product installation.
The InvoiceComment object represents a comment added to an invoice. Comments are reusable pieces of text that are printed on invoices and typically include important or noteworthy information for store staff or the customer. Examples would be a store’s return policy for special orders or notes on extended warranty.
The InvoicePayment object represents a payment made on an invoice. Examples of payment methods are cash, check, and credit cards.
The InvoiceNote object represents a note that can be added to an invoice. Notes are added to an Invoice’s “Notepad” section and are intended for internal use only.