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Re: importing ledger transactions
- Subject: Re: importing ledger transactions
- From: Grant <..hidden..>
- Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 14:07:31 -0800
> >>> Can anyone recommend a method for importing several years worth of
> >>> ledger transactions from gnucash into ledgersmb?
> >> You my talk to Federico Gasparrini and get some more info, and ask him
> >> for about the code.
> >> Migrating from gnucash
> >> http://ledger-smb.1045705.n5.nabble.com/Migrating-from-gnucash-td5166790.html
> Grant> Thanks Havard. As for CSV importation of bank transactions,
> Grant> I get the
> Grant> impression this functionality is not quite complete. Do folks using
> Grant> ledgersmb really enter each bank transaction into the ledger
> Grant> one-by-one?
> I tried it at first, but it didn't help me.
> I do not enter the transactions one by one: 90% of them should already
> be there: payments received, payments made. The only things I have to
> enter upon reconciliation are bank charges, interest, and whatever it
> was that got forgotten.
> For my CC reconcilliation, 99% is always "forgotten" ;-)
I see. I would mainly be using the ledger itself. Payments are
handled separately by my shopping cart software.