These accounts are used to come up with financial statements for internal and external reporting. In SAP, a general ledger account is identified with a number having from 1 to 10 digits.
Many organizations use query as a tool to group transactions in similar accounts or as a reporting tool, but it is important to note that there are some limitations that need to be highlighted.
When a posted transaction has adjustments it is important to know how the query tool will act. The query tool allows us to pull the current distribution of a transaction. In the following example, the debit and credit of a specific revenue transaction are displayed for a posted transaction: After saving an adjustment on the posted transaction the query now displays the following results: Note that the new distribution is displayed.
There are no entries for the original accounts or the reversals. A query of the distribution on a transaction will only show the current distribution.
The values for the reversal and the original distribution are stored in tables that are not available for the Revenue query view.
Query is a valuable and powerful tool, but it is important to be cognizant of the limitations. The Revenue user guide details the steps to run this report. To view this report you can follow these steps: From Revenue, click Account distribution under Reports. Or, from Analysis, click Revenue reports and then Account distribution.
In the Account system field, select the account system for the transactions you want to view. This field only appears if your organization configures multiple general ledger account systems and implements site security, and you have rights to work with multiple account systems.
If you select Specific or Selected, in the field that appears, search for GL accounts to include in the report. To select the transaction types to include, click the search button in the Transaction types field. The Transaction types screen appears where you can select one or more transaction types.
When you select transactions types, you limit the report results to only the transaction types you select. By default, all transaction types are included unless you use this filter.
From this screen, you can click Select all to choose all transaction types and Deselect all to include none.
Examples of transaction types include pledges, refunds, and payments. In the Post date field. In the Post status, select the post status of the transactions to include.
You can include posted or not posted transactions, or both. To display the report in both summary and detail format, select Include detail.BFS GENERAL LEDGER SYSTEM FISCAL YEAR-END CLOSE SCHEDULE LEDGER/ DESCRIPTION SYSTEM TIME JUNE Deficit Clearing Waiver Requests for C&G funds (by RA/dept) Jun Deficit Clearing Waiver Approvals for C&G funds (by DFL).
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General ledger codes GASB 54 requires fund balance to be reported by purpose or function of restriction. Fund balance general ledger (GL) codes were assigned for each account based on the purpose of the account.
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