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I would like to find out, in General Ledger entries, under Document no., how do you know whether they came from which journal in Navision 2018?
While I understand that entries with Prefix "GLJ" came from General Ledger Journal. the document no. RCGLJXXXXXXX, I don't see it in the number series, but I kept seeing it in the General Ledger entries. So not sure which journal does it came from.
Please advise, Thank you!
Table should have Source Type and Source Document No.
Kindly Check for that.
Or you can check it from GL Register
please try to find out Source no. It automatically inset when you create gen. lines and transfer to posted entries like gl ledger entries etc.
hope it will help you
Hi, you can use Source Code field.
And you can find source code list in Source Code page.
Hope this will help.
You have a few ways to determine where an entry came from. First, you have the Source Type and Source Document No. These 2 fields, when displayed, tell you the Source Type (i.e. Customer, Vendor, Bank Account, Fixed Asset) of the entry and the Source Document No. would equal which Customer, Vendor, Bank Account, Fixed Asset generated the entry. Also, you can look at Source Code to tell you what type of transaction recorded the entry (i.e. Sales, Purchases, PaymentJNL, etc..).
Using these 3 fields you can determine where the entries Source was from. Now always remember the Document No., which is driven from the posted transaction, comes from the No. Series you have setup for the journal or transaction. So GLJxxxx could be General Journals, and RCGLxxx could be Recurring General Journals.
Hope this helps.
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