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How can we know the balance due on an AP record in the transactionline table?

edited Jul 22, 2021 6:35PM in Ask A Guru 3 comments


Using the REST web services api...

GOAL: We need to know the balance due on an AP record in the transactionline table.

We can calculate it based on the balance due for an AP Transaction.

FOR ODBC : Based on the ODBC table structure it appears that the AP Invoice and the applied transactions (AP Checks and AP Credits) are both in the “Transactions" table, and linked through the Transactions_links table.

Q-1: Are we on the right track?

But we are using the REST web services api. I do not see how to get this done in the list on this page - I do not see the rest equivalent of the 'Transactions_links' table?

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