Extraneous decimal places can be imported for an invoice amount and posted

Invoice amounts with four decimal places in the currency amounts can be posted from a subledger to general ledger, although accounts are out of balance.  The amounts with the extended decimal places were caused by imported invoice amounts.
We are currently evaluating this issue and will update this article when we have more information. In the meantime, follow these steps you may reverse the posted batch and make the necessary edits to the subledger.

Steps to Duplicate

  1. In Reports>Account reports>General ledge report
  2. Click New 
  3. On General tab include all accounts and for dates include 12/01/2016-12/31/16
  4. On Format tab-unmark the option to Summarize account details and mark the option to Show control account in detail
  5. Preview report
  6. Export in to Excel 7.0(XLS) and mark Application for Destination
  7. Open the Excel file 
  8. Select an column for the amounts, select to format the number to show more decimals
  9. Notice that in In Batch number 22351 post dated 12/31/16 for Invoice number-SCSTPD-Dec 16-22- $178.88 the amount is actually $178.875 (Row 1506 in Excel file)


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