Force Run a Scheduled Transaction
robert.stocks at gmail.com
Fri Mar 20 04:34:44 EDT 2009
Yes it is a bug you need to click one more time in the list of SX's
after chaning the status dropdown.
the drop down should then dissapear leaving the words "To-Create",
at this point your change has been noted and you can continue to
create the transactions.
2009/3/20 David Murgatroyd <dmurga at yahoo.com>:
> Dennis's suggestion below doesn't work for me in v.2.2.9 (Windows). I tried:
> (1) "Remind in Advance": 15 days for a scheduled transaction with "Next Occur" in 10 days
> (2) Scheduled Transactions -> Since Last Run...
> (3) In "Since Last Run..." window, change "Status" on transaction from (1) from "Reminder" to "To-Create"; click "Review created transactions" checkbox; click OK
> Result: "Since Last Run..." Window closes with no review and no entries created in the accounts for the Scheduled Transaction from (1).
> This result differs from the behavior of the similar window that appears at start-up when a "Next Occur" has passed (in which case it defaults to "To-Create"). In that case selecting "Review created transactions" brings up a ledger window in which the transaction details can be adjusted and then saved.
> Can anyone reproduce this? Is this a bug?
> Re: Force Run a Scheduled Transaction?
> From: Dennis Muhlestein djmuhlestein at gmail.com
> Fri Mar 6 10:52:10 EST 2009
> Rafferty Uy wrote:
>> Is there a way to force run a scheduled transaction even before the
>> scheduled date?
> What I do, is to set the reminder date about the number of days in
> advance that I actually get a bill, or want to think about the
> transaction. That way, when I run the scheduled transactions, I see the
> txn much before it is due. You can change the reminder to "to-create"
> to enter the txn immediately, or you can just ignore it until later.
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