Year-to-date amount: Column Line Set?

Q Wang
  • Q Wang

    Q Wang - 2005-10-23

    In Gardenworld, the column line set has "Begin Year Balance", "End Year Balance", "Begin total balance", "End total balance"... what do these amounts mean?  Does anybody know which one shows the Year-to-date amount?  I would like to use year-to-date amount in the financial statements, and do not know how to set it up.  Thanks!

    • albert

      albert - 2005-10-25

      Add on "year-to-date"  for whom want this function...
              //    First Letter
              public static final String        AmountType_Balance = "B";
          public static final String        AmountType_CR = "C";
          public static final String        AmountType_DR = "D";
          public static final String        AmountType_Qty = "Q";
          //    Second Letter
          public static final String        AmountType_Period = "P";
          public static final String        AmountType_Year = "Y";
          public static final String        AmountType_Total = "T";
              // add_on_by_Ph.D.Albert for BalanceCredit
              //    First Letter
          public static final String        AmountType_BalanceCredit = "X";
          //    Second Letter
          public static final String        AmountType_PeriodToDate = "Q";
          public static final String        AmountType_YearToDate = "Z";
          public static final String        AmountType_TotalToDate = "U";
      public static final int AMOUNTTYPE_AD_Reference_ID=235;

      /** Period Balance = BP */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_PeriodBalance = "BP";
      /** Total Balance = BT */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_TotalBalance = "BT";
      /** Year Balance = BY */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_YearBalance = "BY";

      /** Period Balance ToDate= BQ */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_PeriodBalanceToDate = "BQ";
      /** Total Balance ToDate= BU */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_TotalBalanceToDate = "BU";
      /** Year Balance ToDate= BZ */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_YearBalanceToDate = "BZ";

      /** Period Balance Credit ToDate= XQ */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_PeriodBalanceCreditToDate = "XQ";
      /** Total Balance Credit ToDate= XU */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_TotalBalanceCreditToDate = "XU";
      /** Year Balance Credit ToDate= XZ */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_YearBalanceCreditToDate = "XZ";

      /** Period Balance Credit = XP */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_PeriodBalanceCredit = "XP";
      /** Total Balance Credit = XT */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_TotalBalanceCredit = "XT";
      /** Year Balance Credit = XY */
      public static final String AMOUNTTYPE_YearBalanceCredit = "XY";

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    • Kathy Pink

      Kathy Pink - 2005-10-25

      year to date is a standard option.  no need to modify the code

    • albert

      albert - 2005-10-26

      Dear Kathy Pink thanks for telling:
          private void setPeriods()
    "C_Calendar_ID=" + m_report.getC_Calendar_ID());
              Timestamp today = TimeUtil.getDay(System.currentTimeMillis());
              ArrayList list = new ArrayList();

              String sql = "SELECT p.C_Period_ID, p.Name, p.StartDate, p.EndDate, MIN(p1.StartDate) "
                  + "FROM C_Period p "
                  + " INNER JOIN C_Year y ON (p.C_Year_ID=y.C_Year_ID),"
                  + " C_Period p1 "
                  + "WHERE y.C_Calendar_ID=?"
                  + " AND p.PeriodType='S' "
                  + " AND p1.C_Year_ID=y.C_Year_ID AND p1.PeriodType='S' "
                  + "GROUP BY p.C_Period_ID, p.Name, p.StartDate, p.EndDate "
                  + "ORDER BY p.StartDate";

              PreparedStatement pstmt = null;
                  pstmt = DB.prepareStatement(sql);
                  pstmt.setInt(1, m_report.getC_Calendar_ID());
                  ResultSet rs = pstmt.executeQuery();
                  while (
                      FinReportPeriod frp = new FinReportPeriod (rs.getInt(1), rs.getString(2),
                          rs.getTimestamp(3), rs.getTimestamp(4), rs.getTimestamp(5));
          public FinReportPeriod (int C_Period_ID, String Name, Timestamp StartDate, Timestamp EndDate,
              Timestamp YearStartDate)
              m_C_Period_ID = C_Period_ID;
              m_Name = Name;
              m_StartDate = StartDate;
              m_EndDate = EndDate;
              m_YearStartDate = YearStartDate;
          }    //

          private int         m_C_Period_ID;
          private String         m_Name;
          private Timestamp     m_StartDate;
          private Timestamp     m_EndDate;
          private Timestamp     m_YearStartDate;

           *     Get Period Info
           *     @return BETWEEN start AND end
          public String getPeriodWhere ()
              StringBuffer sql = new StringBuffer ("BETWEEN ");
                  .append(" AND ")
              return sql.toString();
          }    //    getPeriodWhere

      The Default Year-To-Date is Year to Period Ending Date.... Cant Specify the Date you want. Thanks again Kathy Pink and whom love Open Source

    • Q Wang

      Q Wang - 2005-10-26

      Thank you all...really appreciated it.  Q

    • Kathy Pink

      Kathy Pink - 2005-10-26

      the period ending date is based on the period selected in the report parameters

    • albert

      albert - 2005-10-28

      If the date you want is not ending of period date, modify the source is very easy for whom want this function, Thanks again Kathy Pink and whom love Open Source


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