Here is how the Due date calculation works:
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-> Generally,  Due date get calculated based on the most recent of the available start dates. Most recent available start date is derived based on the following formula.

Greatest( Goods_Received_Date + Receipt_Acceptance_Days, Invoice_Date, Terms_Date ).

->In the algorithm above, Goods_Received_Date is a date that gets populated on the invoice based on terms_date_basis at supplier/site level.

a. If terms_date_basis = ‘Goods Received’ then, Goods_Received_Date get populated.

b. If terms_date_basis = ‘Invoice Received’ or anything else then, Goods_Received_Date is null.

-> Receipt_Acceptance_Days is the number of days defined for ‘Receipt Acceptance Days’ under the Invoice tab in Payables Options.

->So, the due date basis is the most recent of INVOICE DATE, TERMS DATE, GOODS RECEIVED DATE+RECEIPT ACCEPTANCE DAYS.

->In case of a matched invoice, the system considers the Receipt Transaction date from the
Receipt for the calculation of a recent start date, because sometimes the GOODS RECEIVED DATE is null.  This functionality exists from 11i beginning only. Check bug#1655225 for details.

a.So first system determines recent date of GOODS RECEIVED DATE+RECEIPT ACCEPTANCE DAYS and RECEIPT TRANSACTION DATE.

b.After that again checks most recent date again from the formula defined.

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If the customer doesn’t want the system to use ‘Receipt dates’ then disable ‘Recalculate Payment Schedules’.

If  the customer wants recalculation, then the system considers ‘Receipt date’ for a matched invoice.
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