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How Account Code Levels has changed automatically ?

Hi,

Chart of Accounts Levels has changed to another level. what are the levels 5 account changed to level 2 how it will changed automatically if I modify level 2 to level 5 is there any effect in old entries. And I restored 20-03-09 Back up in this DB exactly is there. How it will happen automatically. And live DB also there is no updated date. How we can find who did and how it will updated.

This is the query:

select OACT.Acctcode,OACT.Acctname,OACT.createdate,OACT.updatedate,OACT.usersign,ousr.userid,OUSR.user_Code,OUSR.U_Name from OACT

inner join ousr on ousr.userid=oact.usersign

here there is no updated date.please guide me.

Regds,

Sampath Kumar.

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    Posted on Mar 26, 2009 at 05:55 AM

    Hi,

    If changed Levels 2 to 5 it will effect the existing entries.Please guide me asp.

    Regds,

    Sampath Kumar

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  • Posted on Mar 25, 2009 at 11:10 AM

    hi,

    Whether chart of accounts is segmented ?

    Jeyakanthan

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  • Posted on Mar 25, 2009 at 11:44 AM

    hi,

    Check it in AACT table by latest log instance.

    Jeyakanthan

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      Hi,

      How we can check it.

      select OACT.Acctcode,OACT.Acctname,OACT.createdate,OACT.updatedate,OACT.usersign,ousr.userid,OUSR.user_Code,OUSR.U_Name,AACT.LogInstanc,AACT.usersign from OACT

      inner join ousr on ousr.userid=oact.usersign

      inner join AACT on AACT.Acctcode=OACT.Acctcode

      Regds,

      Sampath.

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