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AP Trial Balance by vendor class

November 26, 2008

Just had someone call and want to know how much they owed for all their merchanising vendors. They did not have the vendors assigned by class. I used SQL to look up the vendors and found each vendor had some default accounts listed on the card. I used 3 queries to get what they needed after backing up the database in case I messed up. Queries are as follow:

  • Select * from GL00100 - this shows what the account index number is needed to interpret the PM00200 table accounts
  • Select * from pm00200 where pmprchix = '61' or pmprchix = '66' - 61 and 66 were the account index's listed in the first query.
  • Update pm00200 set vndclsid = 'MERCH' where pmprchix = '61' or pmprchix = '66' - Updated each vendor to be included in the MERCH class I set up in GP under Tools>>setup>>purchasing>>vendor class. In all we updated 400 vendors in a matter of mins.

The bolded red fields would need to be changed to fit your needs.

Once this work was done we could run the AP trial balance report with a class ID restriction for MERCH vendors only.

Relatively easy solution to get the customer what they needed.

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