Updating generic general ledger tables

18-Oct-2019 14:07

field is left blank, the system prompts you to provide a valid path and file name when the interface is run.If you do not specify the path and file type for the export file in this field, you can only specify an Omnis print file with a extension when the interface is run.About This Page works fine when you have only one table per page.But it doesn’t work so well when you have multiple tables per page, as is the case with Sales Orders. But About This Page only displays the header: Most header detail combinations are fairly easy to figure out.1 – SALES 2 – RECV 3 – CASH 4 – TAKEN 5 – AVAIL 6 – TRADE 7 – FREIGHT 8 – MISC 9 – TAXES 10 – MARK 11 – COMMEXP 12 – COMMPAY 13 – OTHER 14 – COGS 15 – INV 16 – RETURN 17 – IN USE 18 – IN SERVICE 19 – DAMAGED 20 – UNIT 21 – DEPOSITS 22 – ROUND 23 – REBATE [Note: The PYMTTYPE values in the GP SDK are not correct, at least for the recent versions of GP – thank you to Beth Lott for bringing that to my attention.

For example, a user performing a General Ledger audit needs authorizations for the general ledger tables.So, for example, if we had two companies: As you can see below: About This Page is also useful when you want to know not just the table name but the columns themselves. If we open the Table Fields tab, we find a list of columns.It starts with the primary key (PK) for the table and continues with all remaining columns in alphabetical order: What’s great is that you can see what data is populating each column – so you can have some confidence when you go to build your reports that you’re choosing the correct column.(applies only to refunds) – Enable this option if you want the refund checks that are issued for a non-company member to be issued in the name of the company rather than the individual (even when the Bill To ID is the individual).: (Solomon only) With this option enabled, the individual’s name will be placed into the contact name field of the created Solomon vendor record.

For example, a user performing a General Ledger audit needs authorizations for the general ledger tables.

So, for example, if we had two companies: As you can see below: About This Page is also useful when you want to know not just the table name but the columns themselves. If we open the Table Fields tab, we find a list of columns.

It starts with the primary key (PK) for the table and continues with all remaining columns in alphabetical order: What’s great is that you can see what data is populating each column – so you can have some confidence when you go to build your reports that you’re choosing the correct column.

(applies only to refunds) – Enable this option if you want the refund checks that are issued for a non-company member to be issued in the name of the company rather than the individual (even when the Bill To ID is the individual).

: (Solomon only) With this option enabled, the individual’s name will be placed into the contact name field of the created Solomon vendor record.

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