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Mat.Req/Return-Return of Goods Register Out of Balance

Mat.Req/Return-Return of Goods Register Out of Balance

Mat.Req/Return-Return of Goods Register Out of Balance

(OP)
Hi,
In Mat. Req.Return>>Return Order Register/Update, we received a "Vendor Receipt History File is in use by another task" message.
We exited that message & rebooted the server.
We are now getting an "Out of Balance by" message on the Daily Transaction Register.
How do we correct this out of balance message?

Thanks, Glen

RE: Mat.Req/Return-Return of Goods Register Out of Balance

Once it is accepted and posted you would need to go into the GL and make a one sided entry.   

RE: Mat.Req/Return-Return of Goods Register Out of Balance

(OP)
Thanks!

I ran it thru my test company and that works.

I did have to post the transactions from the G/L sub-system to allow me to post the out of balance return transactions.
It did not give me that option under the Return Order Register/Update.

Then I could enter the correcting entry thru the General Journal Entry and post it.

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