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Why are my variation line items duplicated on my subcontractor payment application?

 Note
This answer is applicable only when a Commitment Variation (CV) or a Commitment Potential Variation (CPV) is created before the first subcontractor invoice on the project and the Subcontractor BOQ tab is disabled. See Enable or Disable the Subcontractor BOQ Tab on a Commitment.

Answer

For ERP synced projects, when you create a line item for a CV (or a CPV, if using a 2-tier variation setting), and the "Line Item" section of "New Line Item" is selected, Procore creates the following items:

  • A new $0 line item on the commitment's (original) programme of values (shown below)
  • A new line item on the variation for the actual amount 

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Since both the commitment's programme of values and the variation's programme of values are reflected on the subcontractor invoice, this line item will appear twice on the subcontractor invoice:

  • In the (original) programme of values section for $0 (line 2 below)
  • In the variation section for the actual amount (line 3.1 below)

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There currently is no functionality in Procore that can hide that $0 line item from the subcontractor invoice. When creating a subcontractor invoice, the $0 line item should be disregarded and only the variation line item should be billed against.