How to write a SQL statement in SQL Server to display AP Invoices, the debit account number and other GL Account information
For the distribution default CREDIT account number, you may use the sample SQL query below:
select * from GL7ACCOUNTS GA
where GA.DESCRIPTION = 'Accounts Payable' and GA.STATUS =1
The account number is created based on logic stored in the GL7ACCOUNTSEGMENTS table. In sample data for example, you can use the GL7ACCOUNTSID value (22) to generate the account number in SQL.
- Account Number = from account segments
- Category = 2 (Liability)
- Description = Accounts Payable
- Status = 1 (Active) [2=Inactive, 3=Inactive No Post]
--Creates the Accounts Payable default summary account
inner join dbo.GL7ACCOUNTS ACCTS on ACTSEGMENT.GL7ACCOUNTSID=ACCTS.GL7ACCOUNTSID
inner join dbo.GL7SEGMENTS SEGS on ACTSEGMENT.GL7SEGMENTSID=SEGS.GL7SEGMENTSID
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