Matching V2: When does a matching get automatically removed?

Matching V2: When does a matching get automatically removed?

A matching gets automatically removed if:
  1. A Bill is voided / deleted / rejected (the resolution becomes "Cancelled" OR the resolution becomes "Rejected")
  2. A Purchase Order is cancelled / deleted (the resolution becomes "Cancelled")
  3. The supplier is not the same anymore
  4. The currency is not the same anymore
  5. ‚ÄčThe date has been changed (matching to a retrospective Purchase Order is not enabled). * The Bill should be issued on the same day as the Purchase Order or at a later date.

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