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How to post V9 journal to partner

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Tim Bowen
on 5/24/16, 12:31 PM 199 views

I want to reverse an incorrect payment via a journal entry and have analytic accounting enabled. None of the journal types allow me to assign my posting to a partner, only analytic account (which is not appropriate for this type of adjustment since the original payment was not charged to an analytic account). How can I post a journal to a partner but not an analytic account?

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Ray Carnes
On 5/24/16, 5:59 PM

The partner on a Journal Entry is set when you enter a partner on a Journal Item.  Analytic Account is always optional.

It is the Journal Item input that is the problem - there is no 'Partner' field; each row starts with the 'Account' field. I have tried to reproduce this problem on various test databases (with matching config options) but to no avail; they all show partner.

Information Focus Ltd, Tim Bowen
on 5/24/16, 6:19 PM

From Settings --> Technical --> User Interface --> Views, search for views matching the "account.move" model, with "partner_id" in the View Architecture and "Form" as the View Type. This will show you all views that add, remove or modify the partner_id field in that view (or use it as an anchor for another field). account.move.form is the main view. There must be another view that removes or hides that field.

Bista Solutions US, Ray Carnes
on 5/24/16, 8:01 PM

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