notes: There are multiple entry points that we can use to reach a Weigh
Bill Costing Order. An Aggregate Order query is the 1st option we look at.
notes: By selecting a Customer Account, we can find all Orders for this
notes: And from here we can drill into the Costing Order.
notes: And here is the Costing Order.
notes: The next option is from a Weigh Bill query.
notes: From here we can also drill into all Orders for the Customer on this
notes: And, as before, we can drill into the Costing Order itself.
notes: We can also reach the Costing Orders from the Customer Account,
where we choose the INVOICES option.
notes: And if we click on an Aggregate Invoice, then we automatically reach
the Costing Order.
notes: On the Costing Order we can produce an Invoice or a print of the
notes: We can drill into any of the listed Tickets.
notes: We can also drill into any of the Ticket Item lines, to get to the
notes: Or we can drill into a Tagged Cost Item which is not a part of the
Ticket, but tagged onto the Order as related.
notes: We have totals for Product Sales and Costs and also for Direct Sales
notes: And of course we have a calculated Margin for the Order.