Transactions Report

John R. Sowden jsowden at
Wed Jun 5 12:44:03 EDT 2013

On 06/05/2013 09:35 AM, Maf. King wrote:
> On Wed 5 June 13 09:03:44 John R. Sowden wrote:
>> On 06/04/2013 04:57 PM, John R. Sowden wrote:
>>> I am entering data for the fy 6/12 to 5/13 period.  My initial
>>> transactions are to post the opening balances from the previous year.
>>> I am using the General Ledger Selection because I am not taking the
>>> funds from a source account (eg cash).  First when I select the
>>> Transactions Report in the Reports menu, I get none. Then I select
>>> accounts: all, filter: none,dates start of year, end of year.  I
>>> confirmed that the dates are correct under edit>preferences.  I have
>>> entered 2 transactions and I am in the process of entering the third.
>>> Each transaction has about 10 GL accounts.  Two of the transactions
>>> have zero amounts.  1 has 3 amounts.  Of course they are all in
>>> balance (especially the ones with zero amounts  :) ).  In the process
>>> I realized that I did not enter all of the accounts (depreciation
>>> contra accts)./  I went back and entered them.  Now I don't remember
>>> where I was in the 3rd transaction, as I cannot see any of them.
>>> I am sure there is a logical explanation.
>>> John
>> It was suggested to me that I select the "child accounts" in the account
>> selection option.  I did this and made no change.  No transactions found.
> Hi John,
> Now that's a co-incidence.  I was creating some transaction reports yesterday,
> and I found the "select children" didn't behave as I was expecting, I haven't
> investigated with any other data file etc. yet, but it sounds like we have
> both hit a regression bug.
> I ended up having to expand the tree then do a "select all"
> GC 2.4.11 on OpenSUSE 12.2 (IIRC)  so I'll need to update and test more before
> thinking submitting of a bug report....  If anyone else can confirm wierdness
> (or fixed) in the current version, that would be helpful!
> Regards,
> Maf.
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I noted that you are using 2.4.11 on Suse  I am using 2.4.12 on Ubuntu.  
I'm sure the OS is not an issue, but the version # might be.


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