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I have a strange problem when I try to reconcile my CashBook I recieve an error message stating that the "Date Entered is not for current period for the Cash Book"
The Last Rencociled Date on the Bank Statement Reconcile Form is 06/30/2006 and the Last Reconciled Date on Cheque Book Maintenance Window is 07/31/2006
I have attached screen shot below
Please point me in the right direction
Your attachements are not displaying so I am guessing a bit here.
Is it possible that the date you are using is in a closed fiscal period?
Thank youy for response Richard.
I am sorry I highlighted the wrong dates they are all actually in the fiscal year 2009 which is still open.
Did you ever get to the bottom of your issue above? I'm having the same issue, but just with one Chequebook.
I am getting the same message in one of my client's place and it's driving me crazy. Not able to find the solution. And like you have mentioned, it's happening only for one checkbook.
Any inputs from your experience, would be great.
Have you tried reviewing cashbook periods on table CB900025 that might shed some light.
Strangely I dropped and re-created CB Auto-procs and the message just disappeared. Not sure if this will work for you.
Noel, thanks a ton for your immediate reply.
On CB900025 table, the CB_Closed_Date was 30/04/2012 and I reset it to relevant date. Didn't fix my issue. I tried recreating CB auto-procs, that didn't fix my issue either.
I am not sure how to proceed further.
try running check links, may fix the issue. take a backup before proceeding.
I tried that as my first step, but this did not revert or change anything. ZERO errors. I am now in a belief that something's wrong with this checkbook ID and I am going thru' each transaction on this checkbook to understand it's behavior.
No idea, how to fix it. As a final step, I may have to resort to Microsoft Technical Support.
I could fix this issue. Please go thru' my blog post to understand the issue better and the fix.
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