Public Sub CreateInvoice()

  Dim oInvoice As CAPInvoice


  Set oInvoice = New CAPInvoice


  With oInvoice

      .Init FE_Application.SessionContext


      .Fields(APINVOICES_fld_AP7VENDORSID) = 1


      .Fields(APINVOICES_fld_REMITTO) = 1


      .Fields(APINVOICES_fld_POSTDATE) = Date

      .Fields(APINVOICES_fld_DESCRIPTION) = "Bubble Gum"


      .Fields(APINVOICES_fld_PAYMENTMETHOD) = "Check"


      .Fields(APINVOICES_fld_INVOICEAMOUNT) = "$1.00"

      .Fields(APINVOICES_fld_INVOICENUMBER) = 1231232

      .Fields(APINVOICES_fld_INVOICEDATE) = "12/1/2003"


      With .Distribution.Add

         .Fields(BBDISTRIBUTIONS_fld_DEBITACCTNUM) = "01-1000-00"

         .Fields(BBDISTRIBUTIONS_fld_CREDITACCTNUM) = "01-2000-00"

         .Fields(BBDISTRIBUTIONS_fld_AMOUNT) = "1"


      End With


      .ApplyVendorDefaults False

     'Apply a credit memo

      With .CreditMemoApplications.Add

           'You must tell the system which Credit memo to use



      End With






  End With

  Set oInvoice = Nothing

End Sub

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