Great Plains (Gp 2013) Vendor Maintenance

I am looking for the GP table for the Vendor Maintenance Screen.  Trying to run a report that show the default accounts set up on the vendor card. Thanks
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Steve EndowMicrosoft MVP - Dynamics GPCommented:
Hi,

The information from the Vendor Maintenance window is mostly stored in PM00200.  (Additional addresses are stored in PM00300)

The default accounts are in PM00200 in the fields starting with PMAPINDX, PMCSHIDX, etc. and contain the account index number.  You'll need to decipher the field names and match them to the default vendor accounts listed in the account window.

You can join the account index values to GL00105, which has the ACTNUMST value.

Let me know if that helps and if you have any additional questions.

Thanks,

Steve Endow
Microsoft MVP - Dynamics GP
Dynamics GP Certified IT Professional

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pstreAuthor Commented:
Thanks..I don't know how to join tables.  Could you help me out with a SQL statement?  THANKS!!
Steve EndowMicrosoft MVP - Dynamics GPCommented:
Hi,

In this particular case, if you want to view multiple (or all) default  accounts for each vendor, the join is a little tricky because each account index field requires a separate JOIN.  I believe there is a fancier way of doing this, but here is the low-tech approach.  

Basically you need a join statement for each account index.  You use LEFT OUTER JOIN in case there is no default account specified for the vendor, or an invalid account index is specified (such as 0).  I just created the query for the first four accounts (you can ignore PMCSHIDX, as that is apparently not used, at least not in GP 2013 where I wrote the query).


SELECT VENDORID, RTRIM(gl1.ACTNUMST) AS AcctPay, RTRIM(gl2.ACTNUMST) AS DiscAvail, RTRIM(gl3.ACTNUMST) AS DiscTaken, RTRIM(gl4.ACTNUMST) AS FinCharges 
FROM PM00200 v
LEFT OUTER JOIN GL00105 gl1 ON v.PMAPINDX = gl1.ACTINDX
LEFT OUTER JOIN GL00105 gl2 ON v.PMDAVIDX = gl2.ACTINDX
LEFT OUTER JOIN GL00105 gl3 ON v.PMDTKIDX = gl3.ACTINDX
LEFT OUTER JOIN GL00105 gl4 ON v.PMFINIDX = gl4.ACTINDX

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Let me know if that makes sense and if you have any additional questions.

Thanks,

Steve Endow
Microsoft MVP - Dynamics GP
Dynamics GP Certified IT Professional
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pstreAuthor Commented:
Thanks.. I ran the statement and got some "Nulls"  What does this mean.
sfazalCommented:
means no account specified at the vendor level.
pstreAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much!  This was so helpful!!
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