jralls at ceridwen.us
Mon Feb 26 10:31:03 EST 2018
> On Feb 26, 2018, at 2:09 AM, cicko <alen.siljak at gmx.com> wrote:
> Just ran the still-hot 2.7.5 and noticed an interesting option - Transaction
> Associations. While there may have been discussions in the past, could
> anybody shed some light into the concept?
> I assume this opens up a range of options. One of them could lead to
> replacement of the current implementation of lots, matching buy vs sell side
> for commodities. Another option might be to link broker charges to a buy
> transaction in case they were recorded separately.
> I wonder what the foreseen usage scenarios are, will there be an immediate
> implementation for some specific purpose, and would just like to see some
> thoughts on the topic.
Don’t get carried away. It just allows you to attach a file path or URI to a transaction, the intent being that it will be some document--perhaps an image of a receipt--that is related to the transaction. The feature is in 2.6. What’s new is that there’s now a graphic indicator in the register that a transaction has an associated resource somewhere.
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