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Re: New User Anomalies

On Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 10:29 PM, Bill Ott <..hidden..> wrote:
>ÂFor example 1000 Current Assets lists only the checking account debit. The AR debit
> appears in the Capital Assets debit heading. Â1820 Office equipment
> appears under 3300 Share Capital. Âand so on.

I have been digging around and here is what I've found. in every case, where an amount is shown on a "heading", the "id" from the account_heading table matches the "id" from the account table. The id for the "1000 Current Assets" is 1. The "id" for "Checking Account" is 1. The "id" for "3300 Share Capital" is 6. The "id" for "1820 Office Equipment" is 6, etc.

It appears that there is a join between the "account" table and the "account_heading" table using "id" from each.

That's correct: in LedgerSMB 1.3, there's a "chart" view which does exactly what you describe. Maybe you could check that and see if it presents you with incorrect data? If that's the case, we at least know the cause.

The solution for the CoA report is probably not to use the 'chart' view, but that'd be the next step.



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