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As Frederic showed here (http://fr.slideshare.net/openobject/odoo-easily-reconcile-your-invoices-payments-with-the-brand-new-bank-statement-interface), the new bank statement is very functional for suppliers and customers whose payment appear directly in the bank statement.
Unfortunately, I don't see any possibility for fast (I mean that we do not want to click on each statement line, look for the right account, enter label that is the same that the one in the statement line...etc...) reconciling other types of account move lines as :
- check/cash deposits that are already reconciled with invoices
- card payments that already have been reconciled from the invoices
- bank loan move lines
- bank charges (bank fees)
- generally bank statement lines that do not have any partner
There could be hundreds of lines that do not concern any partner...
By the way, if the account_id field reappeared in the statement line object, I think that would solve the problem
Could you help us ?
A huge improvement that wasn't shown by Frédéric (because it was developped just after the community days ^^ ) is the ability to reconcile other kind of account than receivable and payable ones. You just have to set your account as reconcile=True (Allow reconciliation) and in the bank statement line leave the partner empty and you'll see all the unreconciled entries among all accounts (and not only payable/receivable). Then you can filter on the account code to fast your searches. That should solve the clearing accounts of card payments, deposit...
I think also that something that will help you a lot is to create account.statement.operation.template for operations you'll often do such as bank fees.
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