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Why Do General Ledger Reports Do Not Show Trading Partners?

edited Nov 24, 2022 12:17PM in Ask A Guru 3 comments

General Ledger reports show the counterparty in the header, but in Journal Entry, there is no field in the header to enter the counterparty, so the name is entered on the item line.

Then the NAME item becomes two lines, which is difficult to read.


Is it possible to combine these into one line?


The "NAME" column shows the counterparty for transactions other than Journal Entry.

The "ENTITY(LINE):NAME(GROUPED)" column shows the counterparty only for Journal Entry transactions.


I would like these to be displayed together as one item.

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