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Total Number of line items in FBL3N

Hi,

I would like to have total number of open items (entries) as on 12/31/2008 for all B/S accounts. I just want the number.

I can go in BSIS and click on number of entris but I have 1000's of Gl account to know the total number of line item.

Is there any way I can get the number of open entries for too many GL account.

-JR

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2009 at 02:35 AM

    Hi,

    You can try report: S_ALR_87012282

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2009 at 03:39 AM

    Hello

    In the selection parameters choose / enter all open item managed B/S GL accounts and choose the report as below

    1 GL Account Balances (Totals & Balances ) S_ALR_87012301

    3. GL Line Items S_ALR_87012282

    4. Statements for GL Accounts, Customers & Vendors S_ALR_87012332

    5. Document Journal S_ALR_87012287

    6. Compact Document Journal S_ALR_87012289

    7. Line Item Journal S_ALR_87012291

    8. Display of Changed Documents S_ALR_87012293

    9. Invoice Numbers assigned Twice S_ALR_87012341

    10. Gaps in Document Number Assignments S_ALR_87012342

    11. Posting Totals Document Type wise S_ALR_87012344

    12. Recurring Entry Documents S_ALR_87012346

    Reg

    suresh

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    • Former Member

      thanks to both of you for the giving me the reports

      but could not find the option where it says to select the "total number of open line items". it gives me detail which i do not want just the number

      jr

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