Importing OFX/QFX file for placeholder account with multiple sub-accounts
warlord at MIT.EDU
Wed Jul 11 12:55:52 EDT 2007
Unfortunately there's no good way of doing what you want. The
importers (ALL of them) just don't match well with your style of
bucket budgeting. Sorry.
"Iain Woolf" <woolfie at gmail.com> writes:
> I have my Assets:Chequing account set as a placeholder account, with
> multiple sub-accounts where I track my actual saving/spending/etc.
> At the bank end, I just have a single chequing account (they don't
> support virtual sub-accounts).
> When importing a OFX/QFX file for Assets:Chequing, it only prompts me
> for source of the transaction and proceeds to write the transaction
> into the (read only) chequing account.
> I then have to go through each transaction in the chequing account,
> jump to the other account which holds the other half of the
> transaction and 'fix' it there, pointing it to the correct
> Is this something that is expanded in a future version, or am I
> missing something here (entirely possible)?
> (I'm using gnucash 2.0.5 on Debian)
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