It depends on if you are only looking for certain types of entries, only certain periods or dates, or for the whole year like so many year end auditors are looking for.

We use Showcase Query - but as other have said could be any Query tool... below is my version of the select statement for use with 8.3.4.

Excel has row limits and you can only email something so large.

If you have to download entire year or large period of time - will need IT to download it in some other format than excel and to a portable storage device and send it to them.



SELECT
LHLDGR,
LHBOOK,
LHYEAR,
LHPERD,
LHJNEN,
HHTRNO,
LHJNLN,
HHJDAT,
CRSG01,
CRSG02,
CRSG03,
CRSG04,
CRSG05,
LHDRAM,
LHCRAM,
LHDRAT,
LHCRAT,
HHEVNT,
LHSTAT,
LHLDES,
LHUSER,
LHDATE,
LHTIME,
HHLDES,
HHRJEN,
HHRDAT,
HHCURR,
HHREAS,
LHJRF1,
LHJRF2,
LHDREF,
LHDRAM - LHCRAM AS NET,
LAANB1,
LAANB2,
LAANB3,
LAANB4,
LAANB5,
LAANB6
FROM
S06B831P.P830PFLE.GLH GLH
LEFT OUTER JOIN (insert mainframe).(insert production environment).GCR GCR
ON
GLH.LHLDGR = GCR.CRLDGR AND
GLH.LHIAN = GCR.CRIAN
LEFT OUTER JOIN (insert mainframe).(insert production environment).GLA GLA
ON
GLH.LHLDGR = GLA.LALDGR AND
GLH.LHBOOK = GLA.LABOOK AND
GLH.LHYEAR = GLA.LAYEAR AND
GLH.LHPERD = GLA.LAPERD AND
GLH.LHJNEN = GLA.LAJNEN AND
GLH.LHJNLN = GLA.LAJNLN
LEFT OUTER JOIN insert mainframe).(insert production environment).GHH GHH
ON
GLH.LHLDGR = GHH.HHLDGR AND
GLH.LHBOOK = GHH.HHBOOK AND
GLH.LHYEAR = GHH.HHYEAR AND
GLH.LHPERD = GHH.HHPERD AND
GLH.LHJNEN = GHH.HHJNEN

WHERE
( LHLDGR = &LHLDGR
AND LHBOOK = 'ACT'
AND LHYEAR = &LHYEAR
AND LHPERD BETWEEN &LHPERD AND &LHPERD
AND HHTRNO BETWEEN &HHTRNO AND &HHTRNO
AND LHJNEN BETWEEN &LHJNEN AND &LHJNEN)
AND LHJRF1 = &LHJRF1
AND LHUSER = &LHUSER
AND CRSG04 BETWEEN &CRSG04 AND &CRSG04
AND CRSG01 = &CRSG012
AND LHDATE BETWEEN &LHDATE AND &LHDATE
ORDER BY
5,
7


Wendy Bunch
Cost Accountant 
Sensata Technologies
(Formerly Wabash Technologies)
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-----Original Message-----
From: BPCS-L [mailto:bpcs-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Molyneux, Tom
Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2014 8:52 AM
To: BPCS ERP System
Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] CEA/General Ledger

Steve,

We are on 8.3.2, so I hope the file names are still the same.

Use iSeries Data Transfer to create an Excel file from the GLH file.

If necessary, use AS400 Query over GLH file to extract/sort/cut down the data you're interested in and create a work file, then drop this into excel via Data transfer.

We also use a piece of software called CoolSpools to create Excel files from iSeries data files, which is really easy to use and produces really good excel files. I have no affiliation to the company, just think it's a really good bit of software which we use extensively.

Cheers

Tom Molyneux

National Oilwell Varco
Completion & Production Solutions
Greengate Way, Greengate, Chadderton
M24 1SA
Direct: +44 161 214 2142
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-----Original Message-----
From: BPCS-L [mailto:bpcs-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Steve Keller
Sent: 17 December 2014 13:32
To: 'bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: [BPCS-L] CEA/General Ledger

We are being audited by IRS and I need to get general ledger data at the detail level into excel or csv file.

Does anyone know the best approach in getting this data?

We are on LX version 8.3.4

Thanks,

Steve Keller


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