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Checks in OpenERP 7?

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joaquin
on 5/10/13, 9:29 AM 1,039 views

Hi! I have a question.

In my company we ussually get paid with checks. It's the most common method of payment for us. I've been told that OpenERP "doesn't support checks" or something like that.

We are a very small company, we don't need a fancy solution. Only a way to keep track of check numbers and bank, and to know which ones were deposited and which ones are still in the company.

Maybe using two different journals like if I was using cash, but including the number + bank in some place that could store a String? (well, I'm a total noob, that's why I'm asking. But the idea of OpenERP being unable to manage checks doesn't fit in my mind yet)

I'd appreciate every bit of information you could give me. Thanks in advance! Joaquín.

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Gustavo
On 5/10/13, 10:54 AM

Check the treasury module in the argentinian localization,

link

that might help you

Thanks! :D But that link doesn't work (Even if I remove the ":" before "/treasury") D:

joaquin
on 5/10/13, 10:57 AM
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Mike Lindsay
On 5/10/13, 1:44 PM

Your solution is what we do at my company, we use a journal for 'undeposited funds' in OpenERP. I'll have to check with the bean counters, but I don't think we track the bank account #'s. If that is something you really needed to do, there are a few topics that deal with adding custom fields to V7 scattered about the web. Undeposited funds is something we brought over from Quickbooks.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14860819/add-extra-fields-openerp-7 http://simahawk.wordpress.com/2010/10/04/openerp-how-to-add-a-custom-field-to-an-object/ http://www.cias-quickbooks.com/tips-tricks/what-the-heck-is-undeposited-funds

Hmm my links didn't come over very well lol.

Mike Lindsay
on 5/10/13, 1:45 PM

lol never mind, I'll check it out! Thanks! :D

joaquin
on 5/10/13, 2:01 PM

YW! If it provided any value or answered, give it a up vote :)

Mike Lindsay
on 5/10/13, 2:52 PM

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