ENLBATCH

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Name NL Enquiry by Batch Number
Shortcut ENLBATCH
Area Nominal Ledger

See the NOVUS Walkthrough Guide for general information about the system.

NL Enquiry by Batch Number

The ENLBATCH program allows enquiries to be made on nominal ledger entries by batch number. Enter the batch number and press enter.

For example, to check which exchange rate the TAKEREV program writes into NL eoy_conv account (05000), check the values in the ENLBATCH program.

Example: The rate for conversion has been entered instead of the system rate for the currency which should be used when a currency conversion is performed by the TAKEREV.

Field Descriptions

Field name Description
Batch No: Enter the required batch number. The system displays details of the batch in the main body of the screen. If all records of the batch fall in the same period then this is displayed in the period field (right).

The system displays the following fields. Use [NXTREC], [PRVREC], [NXTSET], [NXTBLK],[PRVBLK] to show the required records. Use [ENTQRY]/[EXEQRY] to show a subset of records.

Account: Account code. Displayed automatically.
Div: Division. Displayed automatically.
Posted: Date posted to the NL. Displayed automatically.
Type: Journal type. Displayed automatically.
Period The period column displays the period for the current record.
Narrative: Journal narrative. Displayed automatically.
Pol. No: Displayed automatically.
Cur: Currency of amount posted. Displayed automatically.
Sp Splitter
Amount: Posting amount. Displayed automatically.
Dest: Intended destination currency. Displayed automatically.
ROX w.r.t. Base: Shows rate of exchange with respect to the base currency (rox_bcur) entered in the TAKEREV program.

Version History

v 5.0.0 – Updated to latest version

v14M - the column "ROX w.r.t.Base" has previously shown `rox_dcur`, now it will show `rox_bcur`.

v13M - div_code increased to 4 chars

v10T - First version of this form to use the new style. No other updates except the restyle.