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To perform an account inquiry for a ledger set:

To perform an account inquiry for a ledger set:

To perform an account inquiry for a ledger set, perform the following steps.

  1. Navigate to the Account Inquiry window.
  2. Specify a Ledger Set.Your data access set must provide read access to at least one ledger and balancing segment value or management segment value in the ledger set.
  3. Specify the Ledger Currency to include in the inquiry as follows:
    1. Choose All Currencies to view balances for all ledgers and ledger currencies assigned to this ledger set. If your ledger set contains multiple ledgers, each with a different ledger currency, All Currencies allows you to view balances across all ledgers in the ledger set.If you use reporting currencies, choosing All Currencies displays the balances for all reporting currencies assigned to the ledger set as well.
    2. Choose a specific ledger currency if you only want to view account balances for a subset of ledgers in the ledger set. By specifying a ledger currency, Account Inquiry only retrieves balances for those ledgers in the ledger set that match the ledger currency specified.For example, the following ledgers and ledger currencies are assigned to a ledger set:
      • Ledger A (USD)
      • Ledger B (EUR)
      • Ledger C (JPY)
      If you only want to see balances for Ledger C and ignore balances for ledger A and B, specify JPY in the Ledger/Ledger Set Currency field.If you use reporting currencies, you can choose the currency of a reporting currency to view the account balances of the reporting currency.
  4. Enter the range of Accounting Periods to include in your inquiry.
  5. Specify the Currency Type to include in the inquiry as follows:
    • Choose Total to view each ledger’s total ledger currency balances. This includes balances that were entered using the ledger currency, as well as any foreign entered balances that were converted to the ledger currency.You can view total translated balances by specifying a balance-level reporting currency in the Ledger/Ledger Set field with the Total Currency Type.If you use reporting currencies (journal or subledger level), choosing Total displays the total reporting currency balances, which includes balances that were entered using the currency of the reporting currency, as well as any foreign entered balances that were converted to the reporting currency.
    • Choose Entered and specify a Currency in the Entered field to only view balances that were entered in a specific currency. You can specify All Currencies to view balances entered in all currencies for the ledgers in the ledger set.
    • Choose Statistical to only view statistical balances.
  6. Choose the Primary Balance Type tab.Note: You cannot choose the Secondary Balance Type tab for Ledger Sets.
  7. Specify whether you want to see Actual or Encumbrance balances. Budget balance inquiries cannot be performed for ledger sets.If you choose to view encumbrance balances, enter an Encumbrance Type.
  8. Choose a display and precision Factor as follows:
    • Units: Full currency precision
    • Thousands: Divides balances by 1,000; rounds to three decimal places
    • Millions: Divides balances by 1,000,000; rounds to three decimal places
    • Billions: Divides balances by 1,000,000,000; rounds to three decimal places.
  9. Specify the detail Account(s) you want to query.
  10. Choose the button related to the type of account information you want to see as follows:
    • Show Balances: to review balances for the current account and one or more ledgers based on your inquiry criteria.
    • Show Journal Details: to see the journal entry activity for the current account and one or more ledgers based on your inquiry criteria.