Our payroll system generates a Journal which lists all the BPCS GLD Cost 
Centres/Line Codes in sequence.
In BPCS we have a Standing Journal Set up which has all the possible 
Payroll Cost Centre/Line Code Combinations, in the same sequence but  with 
Zero Amounts.
Each month it only takes a few mins to process the journal as only the 
amounts need to be input.  It does not matter if some lines have a zero 
value in any month (e.g. bonus payments). 
This method is not what you are looking for but it does cut down on keying 
time.

We also tried copy and paste from the payroll journal viewer screen to the 
Standing Journal but we found it easier to  input manually.

Our Version is BPCS CD REL02








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Hi Everyone,
We are in the process of integrating our payroll system with BPCS general
ledger .This will involve getting our payroll information on to the AS/400
and then the BTP files GBH & GBL will need to be populated before posting
into CEA.

We currently key the journals manually.

We would like to find out how other companies use BTP.  What are the steps
we have to take to set this up.  Any comments or help are much
appreciated.





Best regards

             Marian   Downes





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