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Can anyone help me run a customer statement that looks like a ledger with a beginning balance and a straight list of invoices and payments listed in date order to arrive at the current balance due?
This would include open and historical transactions.
If this is not a statement option, what report in GP would I run to get this information?
If you are looking for a report that you can send to the customer, take a look at the RM Customer Statement. This can be printed from Sales > Routines > Statements. If not customer facing, you can use the Historical Aged Trial Balance available from Sales > Reports. If SQL Reporting Services is deployed, you will have some additional options there for the Historical Aged Trial Balance. To determine if SQL Reporting Services is deployed, go to Administration > Setup > System > Reporting Tools Setup.
Hi Mike, the statement I would like to produce is not a list of outstanding invoices, but rather a straightforward list invoices and payments with a beginning balance during a period. Any report I run in GP just lists the activity, not the beginning balance for the period and so the end result does not equal the outstanding balance.
If the standard reporting functions will not work, the team may need to explore the use of a custom SQL view or stored procedure for this.
It would be pretty straightforward to calculate the beginning balance for any customer as of a certain date and then link to the RM Open and RM History tables for the additional insight. This could then be used in SQL Reporting Services or other reporting tool.
Does the organization have a SQL developer? If so, the group here could assist with the logic and tables needed.
Activity statements show all activity for that customer within a date range. This includes all: Sales invoices. ...
Outstanding statements show only what's owed by the customer at a certain date. They don't show any transactions that have been fully paid or credited, and never show prepayments tutuapp apk.
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