FRW depends on a Report Year to Date Rollup process. This process takes the
values in GSB and GCR to create a flattened file called GSX. It is this file
that is downloaded to the PC. Make sure that you have done the Report Year
to Date Rollup. Also note that you must rollup your periods in the proper
sequence because GSX contains both a Period and a Year to Date balance (ie
one record per account per period). If you do the Period rollups out of
sequence, you risk creating erroneous Year to Date balances. I believe that
Account Inquiry uses GSB and then drills down to GHH/GLH for more details.
FRW uses GSX.

Gord Royle

-----Original Message-----
From: indah-kurniaty@amfg.co.id [mailto:indah-kurniaty@amfg.co.id]
Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2002 6:13 AM
To: bpcs-l@midrange.com
Subject: Between Account Inquiry and FRW


Hi,

I have some questions about Account Inquiry and FRW (Financial Report
Writer)
   Can I compare the correctness value of FRW through Account Inquiry ?
   What files that Account Inquiry use ?
   What files that BPCS download if I run icon "Download" ?

These questions happen because I found some different value between Account
Inq. and FRW
(I already check that the selection between Acc. Inq and FRW are same).

Thank's

Regards,
Indah K
Asahimas Flat Glass Co., Ltd.


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