Cash Journal Info

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The Cash Journal Info window displays basic information on transactions involving Cash and provides a quick method to find activity in the Cash Journals.

Access

Icon: Icon Info24.png
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Short Cut: none

Restrictions

To see the Cash Journal Info window, your role must have Allow Info Cash Journal checked in the {{#if: |{{{2}}}|Role }} Window.

Description

The Cash Journal Info window opens with the following screen. At the top are boxes for search criteria. The percent sign '%' can be used as a wild card. Click the Requery button Icon Refresh24.png to perform the query. The Print icon Icon Print24.png will print the displayed list.

 

CashJournalInfo.png

 

Most of the search criteria are self explanatory.

Name is the name of the particular cash book entry. It is not case sensitive. In the search, the entered Name is appended with a wildcard character '%' so you only have to enter part of the name. For example, in the image above, the cashbook names start with a date. To only search for the HQ Cashbook by name, you could enter "%HQ" in the Name field.

The Statement Date can be entered as a range with a from/to date pair or singly.

The Amount can be entered as a range or singly. The left amount is the From amount and is used in the query as cash_amount >= From_Amount. The right amount is the To Amount and is used as cash_amount <= To_Amount. If both the From Amount and To Amount are entered, the query uses "BETWEEN ? AND ?". If From_Amount and To_Amount are equal, the query is simply cash_amount = From_Amount.

If Absolute Amount is selected, the query is changed to use ABS(cash_amount) in the amount expressions. This is useful if you don't know the sign of amount being searched for.

See Also

For Developers

The software that displays this window can be found in:

  • base/src
    • org.compiere.swing.CDialog.java
  • client/src
    • org.compiere.apps.search.Info.java
    • org.compiere.apps.search.InfoCashLine.java