[GNC] Report Question
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Wed Sep 22 21:38:01 EDT 2021
I only use a single currency so I should be fine then
On 9/22/21 8:31 PM, Christopher Lam wrote:
> Yes it will use 2022 year if the report is launched in 2022.
> This report is stable and will not be removed from gnucash. The only
> known blocker against it moving out of experimental is that the
> valuation into target currency is known to be slightly* flawed when
> multiple columns are involved. To fix it would cause the report to be
> much slower. If the book is single currency only then there are no
> known bugs on this report.
> * Consider a book with multiple foreign or stock transactions at
> various dates; the weighted average / average cost pricing will
> attempt to value the conversion at a "reasonable" average price into
> the report currency. The mechanism to obtain price at multiple dates
> in this report will slightly differ from the single-date balance sheet
> or income statement report.
> On Thu, 23 Sep 2021, 5:25 am Jack Frillman via gnucash-user,
> <gnucash-user at gnucash.org <mailto:gnucash-user at gnucash.org>> wrote:
> Using GNUC 4.4
> I setup a Income Statement report from the Reports-->Experimental
> I have the Start Date set to "Start of this Year" and the End Date to
> "End of this Year".
> Will the date range of the report automatically switch to Jan 1
> 2022 to
> Dec 31 2022 when the new year actually arrives?
> Are these Experimental reports stable?
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