Licenses With Payments Due

The Licenses with Payments Due page displays licenses which are linked to payment schedules that show payments either overdue, or due within the forthcoming period you choose. Listed licenses meet the following conditions:

The license is linked to a contract
The contract has a child payment schedule attached
The license is also linked to the payment schedule (which may have happened automatically, or they may have been linked manually)
The payment schedule shows unpaid installments that are either overdue, or falling due in the immediate future.

Tip:Licenses can only be included here when a payment is due on a payment schedule linked to the license, and payment schedules can exist only in association with a contract. Therefore, if you want a subscription license to appear in this list when its payments become due, you must first link it to a suitable contract with a payment schedule attached that reflects the installments due on the license.

The list displays a mix of license properties, contract properties, and payment schedule properties. Remember that the licenses available for you to inspect may be limited by your access rights.

To Change the Time Period

Look at the filter control at top left, immediately under the page title. Use the drop-down list to change the value for Due within the next. You may choose from:

7 days 
14 days 
30 days 
60 days 
90 days 
Overdue, which of course excludes any forthcoming payments and lists only those in the past (without limit). This is a useful filter for when you want to clean up records that have not been maintained for some time.

To Clear Licenses From This List

Licenses are in this list because they have (one or more) unpaid installments recorded in an attached payment schedule that fall due in the time period you selected. They will automatically leave the list after those unpaid installments are recorded as paid. To record payments, see Making a Scheduled Payment.

License Properties on the Licenses With Payments Due Page

For detailed information on the properties displayed in this list, see Licenses Listings Property Reference.

Note:Most lists in IT Asset Management only show a selection of the properties in the underlying database. Some columns are displayed by default and others can be displayed using the column chooser control, including any custom properties that you have added. For information on using the column chooser, see Managing Columns in a Table.