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In Nav 2018, when applying payment to an invoice from the Customer Ledger, the Detailed Customer Ledger has Transaction No. = zero. Would like verification that this is the way it should be. In older versions there was never Transaction No. = zero.
Never seen Detailed Cust Ledger with Transaction No. zero.
It could be a customization.
Tested in base navision with same result. See function SetZeroTranNo in Codeunit 12.
I think that is for unapplying / reapplying the customer ledger entries.
It creates the detailed ledger entries with zero transaction number in it.
That is correct, it deal with Apply/Unapply . Was just concerned when I saw Transaction = 0 since that never occurred in older versions.
Pardon me for such a late response...
I think that this was changed since NAV 2013. If you're applying entries during posting (for example, while you're posting the payment you've already defined which invoice should it apply when posted), Detailed Customer/Vendor Ledger Entries that get created related to that posting will have appropriate Transaction No. populated. On the other hand, if you're doing applying/unapplying after the Customer/Vendor Ledger Entries have already been posted, Detailed Customer/Vendor Ledger Entries that get created related to that application/unaplying will have Transaction No. set to 0 and the new field Application No. will be populated. So, Application No. serves as Transaction No. but only if the application/unaplying happened after the Customer/Vendor Ledger Entries have been posted.
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