david.carlson.417 at gmail.com
Sat Oct 15 17:34:40 EDT 2016
Before you give up, consider whether you deliberately or inadvertantly made some change to your data storage procedures that may have caused the apparent loss.
Changing to a database backend or moving your data to a different location are two possibilities.
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From: gnucash-list at cosgroves.us
Date: 10/15/16 3:53 PM (GMT-06:00)
To: gnucash-user at gnucash.org
Subject: Missing Transactions?
In early October, when it was time to reconcile my accounts, I
discovered that my two largest accounts somehow were missing many
transactions. In the case of my credit card, those were missing
between April and September. In the case of my checking account,
those were missing all the way back to mid January.
I checked the FAQ, specifically this page:
I found out that I need to find the .YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.gnucash file to
recover back to the specified date. But, I don't have any of the
date ranges covering the missing transactions. Similarly, I don't
have any log files for those ranges either.
Does this mean that I'm stuck, without any way to recover my data?
P.S.: I'm using version 2.4.13 on Fedora 17.
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