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Hi every one,

I Got Prepayment from custmor and i had created a journal entry for that but it not assigned to any invoice , so i need a query This transaction nuber, amount Card Code , cardName , and similr amounts for the custmors that are not assigned to invoice.

Can any one tell me query for that

Regards

Srinivas

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on May 02, 2008 at 04:30 AM

    Hi,

    As per understanding, you have got Advance amount payment from your customer (Am i right?!!!).

    If it is Advance Amount, then create A/R Down Payment Invoice. If you register the advance amount payment in this method, then you can link this invoice in you actual A/R Invoice.

    In A/R Invoice --> Total Downpayment button will be available in bottom of the screen (ie., above Total field).

    If you include the down payment amount in A/R Invoice then Actual amount will be detected from the down payment amount and it will show the balance amount to be paid.

    I hope this could help you.

    Regards

    Raja.S

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      Srinivas,

      It is not a good practise to record BP related transaction directly as a Journal Entry. You should use one of the marketing documents for such transactions.

      For your requirement you could try this query and build on it

      SELECT T0.TransId AS 'Transaction Key', T0.RefDate AS 'Posting Date', T0.Debit AS 'Debit Amount', T0.Credit AS 'Credit Amount', T0.ShortName AS 'BP/Account Code' FROM [dbo\].[JDT1\] T0 WHERE T0.TransType = '30' AND T0.IntrnMatch = 0 AND T0.ShortName NOT LIKE '_SYS%'

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