Maybe I'm missing a previous post or something...
A balance is computed by Compiere today (251f) as a single number with a sign dictated by the account sign (and account type if the sign is "natural"). I must report balances in a two column format, i.e. we have the notion of "debit balance" and "credit balance" (but we don't have the "account sign" concept, folks ;) ).
Say X is the balance of a debit account; then I must list
If Y is the balance of a credit account; then I must display
Any ideas? The arithmetic available for calculated lines in the Report Line Set window is too poor for any such computations.
Errata: Compiere 251g.
So, I take it that there's no means of displaying what I need in the Report Column Set window.
Nobody wanted a 2 column balance (debit and credit) ever? Am I from another planet?...
...Do I have to turn to external reporting?
in financial reports you can select db only or cr only
Where are the type of columns defined? Namely, where are the "Total Debit, Total Credit, Period Debit, Period Quantity... etc" declared and defined? I need to extend the list.
Thanks in advance for being as precise as possible.
you would have to modify the source code to add values to the list
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