eTapestry doesn't have an automatic way to query or report on journal entries with an attachment. If this is something important for your organization to keep track of, a User Defined Field can be created so that you can manually mark that a journal entry has an attachment. Manually tracking this gives you the ability to query on all journal entries that have attachments.
To create an Attachments user defined field:
1. Click Management 2. Click User Defined Fields 3. click Base 4. Click New Defined Field 5. Name it Attachment? 6. For Field Data Type choose Text 7. click Next 8. For Field Application select Calendar Item, Contact, Note, Transaction (you want this field to exist on all journal entries) 9. Click Next 10. For Display Type select 'Selection From a Set of Values' 11. Click Next 12. For Values type Yes and click Add, then type No and click Add 13. Click Save and Finish
Once that is created, the next time you add a journal entry with an attachment, find the Attachment? field in the User Defined Fields area and select 'Yes'. You can then create a query to find all journal entries that have attachments by following these steps:
1. Click Queries 2. Select a category that you want to store this query in (Ex: Base) 3. Click New Query under the Tasks menu 4. Name the query 5. For Starting Query select Category: Base and Query: All Constituents 6. For the Data Return Type select Journal Entries 7. For Criteria Matching select Match At least one Criteria 8. For Criteria choose UDF: Calendar Item 9. Click Attachments? and choose Yes 10. For Criteria choose UDF: Contact 11. Click Attachments? and choose Yes 12. For Criteria choose UDF: Note 13. Click Attachments? and choose Yes 14. For Criteria choose UDF: Transaction 15. Click Attachments and choose Yes 16. Save and Preview
Note: There is no way to include the actual attachment in these results. It can only provide you with a list of journal entries where you have marked 'yes' for attachments.