Trial balance on Great Plans - GP

Posted on 2012-04-13
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
Hi, I am trying to run a Trial Balance report for 2011.
The problem is there seems to be no information for 2011 anymore in the tables i am using.

I know there useed to be data here as i ran reports last year with the same syntax:
GL00100, GL00105, GL10110

Is there something in GP , that if a year is closed this data is pushed to different tables?
Or where would this info go. Other then someone deleting (which is not something that happened ;))

Can anyone please help?
Question by:Putoch
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Author Comment

ID: 37843140
I'm after seeing something on these files:
select * from PM20000
select * from PM00200
select * from PM30200
select * from PM30300

But i'm not sure how to apply this to relate to how my earlier Trail balance ran.
I'm not even sure if these are the correct filds?

Has anyone else experienced this issue.?

Author Comment

ID: 37843175
So i guess if i am using the General Ledger tables for this TB then i should not be looking at the PM tables.

Author Comment

ID: 37843180
GL10110 - this holds only current summary

so what table would any one know, holds all the data?
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Author Comment

ID: 37843186
i think i may have found it :GL10111
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Expert Comment

by:Victoria Yudin
ID: 37843211
This might help for the future:

Author Comment

ID: 37843418
Thank you Vicotria.
seeming the table i am referring to is not pulling back the same figures, as when i check it against the TB that was pulled say in Dec 2011.
some of the figures match some don't.

Would there be any other tables that i should be looking at?
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Expert Comment

by:Victoria Yudin
ID: 37843529
It's entirely possible that the numbers have changed since December.  If December is your year end, then typically there would be work done in January for year end adjustments, etc.  Can you spot check directly in GP and see which is the right number?

Author Comment

ID: 37844077
So i was able to look at a table that shows the transactional entries

And therefore see where the differences were coming from.

So if anyone is using GP and using the Current TB tables
they are: GL10110

The historical Summary talbles are:GL10111

And the transactionaly historical tables are:GL30000

Hope this helps someone else.
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Accepted Solution

Victoria Yudin earned 500 total points
ID: 37844128
You can also use the Summary views which may require less table links, depending on the columns you need:
GL11110 – Open Year Summary Master
GL11111 – Historical Year Summary Master

Depending on the nature of your report, you might also consider making it more generic by including both the open and historical tables or views.

Author Comment

ID: 37844260
thank you!

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