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David Arnold BA HSG / Analista
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Hi Nhomar it is an unfortunate coustom to drop high level opinions and refuse to be more precise on request. This is not what I percieve an advancement in discussion. Well, my question was: please be specific about why you think it is impossible... You may need to read and understand my suggestions in detail first. The answer to this is certainly not asking me about colombian legislation.@Zakaria: I think you got it, and it is exactly what I'm trying to say: "Analytics are a white board or a notebook(as I put it)". Analytics may be good for building a bridge or a house. And please read over this line twice: You can use analytics in any case to get more insight, but we need a minimised version on our Chart of Accounts. So I repeat: We need those things on the Chart of Accounts AS WELL (verify with your accountant). There are also "whiteboard accounts" (WIP accounts in many CoA) for this, in the end a normal account is the same whitboard with more stringent entry control. Can you confirm this? If you agree, I come back to my question of the beginning, which was sumed up by Hardianto: How do we get those CoA moves at the right time with OpenMRP's proposal.I would very much appreciate, if finally anyone can answer this last question. So far I understand, that the answer is: we just don't, am I wrong? - Thats great! - from an accounting perspective... ;)Best RegardsDavid