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Delete Posting Journal on SAGE 300

Delete Posting Journal on SAGE 300

Delete Posting Journal on SAGE 300

Hi All,

Is there any tool to delete posting journal on SAGE 300 ?

Usually if there is any mistake from user we do reverse transaction and input new journal but now we want to make our journal clean from user error, is there any tool to do that in SAGE 300?

RE: Delete Posting Journal on SAGE 300

Clean posting journals are a stupid idea, so no, there is no tool. Use SQL if you have to.

Sage 300 Whisperer

RE: Delete Posting Journal on SAGE 300

Retaining audit trails (posting journals) is more important than having "clean" journals, IMHO.
People are human and mistakes will happen, its best to retain transaction history that shows how corrections were made.

Sage 300 Certified Consultant

RE: Delete Posting Journal on SAGE 300

Ok, thanks Jay n Ettienne ...

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