Hi,
we recently faced the same problem.
In GCR file, each ledger and account string
combination has one unique internal account #.
For examaple our ledger name is xxLEDGER
we have three segment co, profit center, account. Our
xxLedger has co 01 as company segment.

Now in GCR xxledger must have all "01" in crsg01 (Co)
Due to some error, some user may try to post a jv in
xxledger with co segment as 02 (other than 01), system
generates an internal code with the wrong combination.


So, you have to remove all records from gcr file wich
have wrong combination of ledger and co segment. I
used following sql.

Delete From GCR where crldgr ='XXLEDGER" and CRSG01 <>
'01'
Also I used the following SQL
delete from gcr where crsg01='01' and crldger <>
'XXLEDGER'

After removing these bad record from gCR, run transfer
balance option again.

Good luck!!


















--- Victor.CHAN@atofina.com wrote:
> Dear ALL,
>
> We are trying to run the "Transfer Opening Balances"
> function from Year
> 2001 to 2002 Period 0.
> However there is no journal created after the
> process, then I find inside
> the "Process Monitor" the message as below :
>      Event Origin : Transfer Opening Balances
>      Error Field Number : 0
>      File/Server Name : CEA900B
>      Message Number : UMG3002
>      Message : At least one Segment must contain a
> value on Journal Line
> 0004291
>
> Since there is no journal created, I don't know how
> to trace for the source
> of this error.  We never have this problem before.
> Can anyone kindly give me some advice for this
> trouble-shooting ?
>
> Our version of BPCS is V6.0.02 Mar98 Cum Full
> Client-Server version.
>
> Regards,
>
> Victor Chan
> Atofina Hong Kong Ltd.
>
>
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