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Mostly I see the open statements full of the post statements. The annoying part is that whenever I post the statements manually: They still remain in open statements showing the following error. sometimes same post statements appears multiple times with duplication.
I want to:
Please suggest a solution.
I need solution for this problem, please anybody in this community to help me out.
There are many possible reasons
eg see this post community.dynamics.com/.../218380
Retail parameters and Stores forms are where you define the criteria and specify how the transactions are calculated. To view a list of the transactions that are included in the statement before you calculate the statement, use the Transactions form.
•Posting : Maximum posting difference of the entire statement during statement posting.
•Shift Maximum posting difference when a particular shift is posted during statement posting.
•Transaction : Maximum posting difference of the transaction during statement posting.
A statement calculation uses tender declarations from the registers as the counted amount. - or you enter the counted amount manually.
The statement displays the difference between the sales amount for the transactions and the actual counted amount in all payment methods. The statement is posted only when this difference is less than the maximum posting difference that is defined for the store.
Before you create statements, close the shifts in the statement period.
So you need to consider your policies/parameters - you cannot automate out the validation that you have set as a parameter - and also to analyse why such differences are arising and whether that can be prevented or whether you should accept a larger psoting difference.
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