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In ax 2009 while posting Sales order invoice through Proejct module I got this error no account number exists for account type invoiced revenue project XXXX.
Any Idea ?
Can you verify under Project management and accounting > Setup > Posting > Project groups, for the project group used in your transaction, if you have a ledger account setup under the Revenue Accounts fields group > Invoiced Revenue.
I already have look into the Gl psoting groups ,I found the above error reported in Partner source to be bug in ax 4.0 but im not sure why it comes in ax 2009 ! however the finance team accedentaly was able to post when they try another machine!
Thank you so much
Again same issue happens , I will try this time your solution and keep you updated .
I do overcome the bug in SO CN Posting "No account number exists for account type invoiced revenue project xxxxxx " by setting up default posting Invoiced Revenue account.
After review to all posting in CN I found no issue at all in all GL posting categories related to such SO Items lines ,But end up seeing 5 UN-expected white item lines with Zero balance (Cr/Db) due to the bug represented posting to default setup account mentioned earlier within the CN posting voucher as attached .
However after reviewed the posted CN and it was identical with the posted invoice as well as the Balance finale result is correct .
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