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mas90 import file csv fields

mas90 import file csv fields

mas90 import file csv fields

Someone at our company many years before I started here created a script that generates a sales import for MAS90. The format of the files seems to be:

SJ,00xxxxx,<mmddyy>,<gl code>,<field name>,<field name>,<debit>,<credit>

I can't find the manual for MAS90 to look up what all these fields are supposed to correspond to. My main questions are:

Why is the field name in there twice? (field name could be something like "Food Sales", "Catering", etc.) Do they have to match?

He refers to the 2nd field (00xxxxx) as "entry". This number is currently 58978. Is this number used by the system somehow or is it just a placeholder? Can it be reset to 0 or 1?

Is it possible to download the manual that would have this information?

Thank you!

RE: mas90 import file csv fields

I was able to figure it out by looking at the Visual Integrator > Import Job Maintenance.

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