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Is there any way we can differentiate in between JE's

Hello Experts,

Hope you all are well?

I have a simple question but struggling to find out the answer😭

How can I differentiate in between manual JE's and JE's which are based on Recurring Postings or Exchange Rate Differences?

Tried to search JE's based on remarks however if we change the remarks in those windows then those remarks will not be fruitful to us.

Tried to search by data source however it is coming as 'N' for both of the postings such as Recurring Postings and Exchange Rate Differences.

Is there any other way by hook or crook we can find out it?

Awaiting for your advises.

Regards,

Vinod Memane

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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2015 at 01:12 PM

    Hi Vinod,

    You could create a simple query with the Query Generator:

    SELECT *

    FROM OJDT

    WHERE TransType = 30

    This will give you a list of all manual journal entries.

    Perhaps you can then use the remarks field to filter the list even more.

    Regards,

    Johan

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    • Hi Vinod,

      From your original question I understood that you had difficulty distinguishing manual JE's from system JE's. That is why I suggested the query, that would give you manual entries. Did you mean that you need the system JE's instead ?

      My comment about the remarks field was meant as just an example. You will have to give us a little more details about your scenario, if you want us to help you filter the list.

      Regards,

      Johan

  • Posted on Oct 30, 2015 at 10:37 PM

    u can user the DocSeries field to check.

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