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Customers occasionally combine different types of deductions. For example, a buyer who runs a trade promotion and also receives broken merchandise in a shipment may combine the costs of the promotion and the broken merchandise into one deduction. To properly account for the two different deduction types, you need to split the original deduction into two separate deductions.
When you split a deduction record into two separate deduction records, the original deduction record is retained, but its status is changed to inactive. The system-generated ID of the original deduction will appear in the split record's Parent ID field.
This task is a step in Process of Managing Promotions Deductions.
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