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When a Cash Receipt Journal Line is posted, in which table is the Posted data stored?
Any help would be highly appreciated.
We have Posted Table only for documents i.e. Purchase Order, Sales Invoice etc. Whataver transaction you are posting through journal i.e. Cash Receipt, Bank payment etc. does't get posted into any posted table.
So, if you post a Cash Receipt (or for that matter any transaction through a Journal) you will get the data posted in General Ledger, Bank Receipt, Customer Ledger Entries etc. based on the account type being used.
Hope it helps!
As Gulshan mentioned correctly:
If you post a Cash Receipt (or for that matter any transaction through a Journal) you will get the data posted in General Ledger, Bank Accoutn Ledger Entries, Customer Ledger Entries etc. based on the account type being used.
In addition you can look at the "registers", like the "G/L Registers" where you find all transactions created from a "journal post" like your "Cash Receipt Journal".
But ... we do not store something like a "Posted Journal Line".
Yes it did help. Thanks Gulshan.
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