We have a multi-company setup with a parent company (Parent Company is a parent company just for info consolidation) and 3 child companies, Each company has its own accounting chart .
Is there any way to make the chart of account of the parent company to be a combination of its child company chart of account?
From the docs:
You have to set Internal Type as Consolidation and set Consolidated Children accounts to make accounts consolidate.
So you will want to create a consolidated chart of accounts for the parent, changing the Internal Type for each account to 'Consolidation' and setting the Consolidated Children field to the relevant accounts from your 3 child companies. See here for more on consolidation.
Hope that helps :)
@ Ganeshanand sankar I have been encountering a similar issue, the 'parent company' doesn't see any numbers.
I believe this may be a bug - so will post a bug report to odoo support, but I found that going to user preferences (in the top right hand corner) and clicking apply - the left pane shows blank, but the numbers now show up correctly.
Quite a strange one.
EDIT: It is not a bug - It has something to do with the company specific fiscal year/periods which are automatically being selected when you first click 'Chart of Accounts'. The parent company will most likely have access to all of the child companies fiscal years/periods, so if you remove data from these 3 fields (Fiscal Year, Periods 'to' and 'from') then it will gather postings from all companies and the consolidation accounts will display correctly.
I have made all the set up as per opernERP doc (//doc.openerp.com/7.0/book/3/3_9/chart_of_accounts/#virtual-charts-of-accounts). Then i created few financial transaction across the company. It is not updated while taking the consolidated Chart of Accounts.But when i login using the child comapny user . it shows the amount correctly .please help me in this regards
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