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Aged Trial Balance not working properly

Aged Trial Balance not working properly

Aged Trial Balance not working properly

We recently had to purget a bunch of future-dated transactions in the AR transaction table.  This was done by setting the statement run date to Nov 1 2003 and then clearing the transactions after printing. The Aged trial balance report cannot be ran for some customers because of the error below.

The date you enter must be later than the last clearing date.

                          Press F2.

Does anyone know where the last clearing date is stored and what I can do to fix this error?

Much appreciated!


RE: Aged Trial Balance not working properly


From the error, I assume you are using Accpac DOS. The clearing date is held in the global file for the sub-ledger, for ar it is called arglob.???, where .??? is your data extention. The problem will be finding out which is the off-set for the hexidecimal file. You could try using a copy of the data and swapping out the arglob with a new one from a dummy company. You will lose other settings, such as next batch numbers etc. At least you will be able to extract the required data.



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