|Subject:||Re: [Dolibarr-user] Journal des notes de frais|
|Date:||Mon, 7 Jan 2019 10:39:19 +0100|
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Ok thanks for this clarification. Anyway I am surprised. Export journal has been available since the introduction of the advanced accounting module in Dolibarr, v5 iirc. In v7, it has become "export draft journal" indeed. In my opinion, it should not be an optional feature, because it may be important for someone to export a journal for accounting service, and letting the service handle the ledger and other accounting documents. These journals are official accounting documents even if ther are working documents.
Here I have always sent to my accounting expert the journals to make his work easier, and he does balances from the ledger, etc. It made my management easier as well, as it was the detailed list of accounting writings, and enabled to fix my accounting mistakes (account classes, etc). Moreover, it gives to the accounting service important information not present in the ledger; in the hird line for one bill, for example, we have the litteral name of the third-party involved in the transaction. We do not have such information in the ledger, for understandable reasons.
Since, finally, the "note de frais" does not allow an user to enter a note for a third-party (only for him/herself), all the notes are affected to one person if this person is the one who enters any note. In a separate journal, it is not to a problem, in a consolidate document, it becomes boring for the accounting service.
Well. Let's see their feedback but I am afraid I need to create a customize export for the "notes de frais" journal.
Le 05/01/2019 à 12:52, Laurent Destailleur (aka Eldy) a écrit :
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