For G/L, the parameters for TTYP can be found by running a report from 41/GLA.
  TTYP Transaction Type 
  CC Collected cash 
  CD Collection document 
  CG Charges 
  CJ Consolidation journal 
  CR Credit note 
  CT Contra 
  CU 3 Way Match CR posting 
  CX Cancelled charge 
  GJ General journal 
  IC Interest charge 
  IJ Inter-company journal 
  IM Inventory management 
  IN Invoice 
  IP Withholding charge 
  IU 3 Way Match Invoice posting 
  IX Cancelled interest charge 
  JL Journal 
  JM Job Management 
  JP Journal payment 
  JR Journal receipt 
  JT Journal transfer 
  JU 3 Way match JL posting 
  JV Journal voucher 
  JX Cancelled journal 
  MP Manual payment 
  MT Manual transfer 
  MV Manual voucher 
  MX Cancelled manual payment 
  PB Payment bank posting 
  PL Accounts Payable 
  PU Part unpaid 
  PX Cancelled payment 
  PY Payment 
  RC Release cost 
  RG Reverse general journal 
  RI Release income 
  RS Release standing cost 
  SC Standing cost 
  SJ Standing journal 
  SR Standing cost reversal 
  UB Cash bank posting 
  UC Cash 
  YA Year close 
  YE Year end 
  YO Year open 
   
  In A/P the list is not as easy to find:
  The available Transaction Types can be found by prompting the Item type field 
in 4/APE. The documentation lists all of these but you may not use them all...
  AJ - Adjust
  AL - Cash Allocation
  CA - Cash on Account
  CD - Collection Document
  CR - Credit Note
  CT - Contra Transactions
  CU - Three-Way Match Log Journal
  DC - Discount
  DL - Deallocation
  DX - Cancelled Discount
  FC - Foreign Currency
  FX - Cancelled Foreign Currency
  IN - Invoice
  IP - Withholding Tax Payments
  IT - Withholding Tax Transaction
  IU - Three-way Match Log Journal - JL
  JL - Journal
  JT - Journal Transfer
  JU - Three Way Match Log Journal
  KX - Cancelled Bank Suspense Posting
  LC - Log Credit
  LI - Log Invoice
  LJ - Log Journal
  OA - On Account Allocation
  OX - Cancelled Payment (superseded by PX)
  PB - Foreign Currency Bank Suspense Posting for PY
  PX - Cancelled Payment
  PY - Payment Reference
  RV - Revaluation Journal
  UB - Foreign currency bank suspense posting for unallocated cash
  UC - Unallocated Cash
  UX - Cancelled Cash Receipt
  XC - Cross Period Credit Note
  XJ - Cross Period Journal
   
  In A/R the available Transaction Types can be found by prompting the Item 
type field in 4/ARE.  The documentation lists all of these but you may not use 
them all...
  "The following is a list of transaction types displayed on the Accounts 
Receivable enquiry screens. Some of these may only be reported in the general 
ledger enquiry and reporting options."
  AJ - Adjustment
  AL - Cash Allocation
  AX - Cancelled Adjustment
  BB - Balance Brought forward
  CA - Cash on Account
  CC - Confirmed Collection
  CD - Collection document
  CI - Collection Item
  CR - Credit Note
  CT - Contra Transaction
  CX - Cancelled Cheque / Collection Document
  DC - Discount
  DL - Deallocation
  DN - Debit Note
  DX - Cancelled Discount
  FC - Foreign Currency, Exchange Gains Journal
  FJ - Foreign Currency
  FX - Cancelled FC
  IC - Interest Charge
  IN - Invoice
  IP - Invoice Cross Period
  IX - Interest Charge Write Off
  JL - Journal
  JR - Suspended Allocation - unassigned
  JT - Journal Transfer
  LC - Log Credit
  LI - Log Invoice
  LJ - Log Journal
  NA - Not Allowed
  NT - No Trace
  OA - On Account Allocation
  OP - Over Payment
  OX - Cancelled Payment
  PT - Paid Twice
  PU - Part Unpay
  PX - Cancelled Payment
  PY - Payment Reference
  RG - Rogue Payment
  RV - Revaluation Journal
  UC - Unallocated Cash
  UP - Underpayment
  UX - Cancelled Cash Receipt
   
  I hope that answers your question.


Michael Berman <berman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:  Some others are:
txsrce A = Accounts Payable
S = Accounts Receivable
G = General Ledger
C = Cash Book
F = Fixed Assets
I = Inventory (via AFI)

The Transaction Type (TT) lets you know more details eg FI, CR, IN, PY, 
GJ etc

I will be leaving this group, as the grass is greener elsewhere. Thank 
you for
all your help.
Take care and good luck.

Michael




Quoting simon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:

Adding to other replies, as an example, AIN equals Accounts Payable 
(A) invoice (IN), ACR etc. Most examples are quite obvious if you 
know the system

Simon





Message Received: Jun 21 2006, 03:53 PM
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Subject: [SYSTEM21] G/L Posting Question

I have a user who wants to determine the source of data posted to a
specific G/L account. I have checked AFI's and account rules and don't
see this account defined anywhere. Is there somewhere else I can look to
find what I'm looking for?



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