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Projects:T8391062D5C6A47EA94A83A304AD720BE

The sentence:

"Depending "on" the accounts you define, the accounting post result"s" will be different. If any of the fields is null, accounting information won’t be generated."

As far as I know that sentece is not 100% correct.

La definición de qué es lo que va a contabilizar en un proceso de pago/cobro se hace en el Payment Method, en el tab Accounting Configuration se detallan las cuentas que se utilizararían en cada fase del pago/cobro. Si uno de esos campos es nulo no quiere decir que no se generará contabilización si no que si el payment method implica en su definición una contabilización de la reconciliación y ahí no hay cuenta definida, Openbravo mostrará un error, ya que no encontrará la cuenta contable a utilizar en esa transacción.

I agree with your comment. I have changed the sentence. --Javifrances 11:49, 28 August 2012 (UTC)

Tampoco estoy muy de acuerdo con esta frase:

"Accounting configuration window is used to define the accounts that will be used when Transaction and Reconciliation information is processed by the accounting process."

I'd say:

"The accounting configuration window is used to define the ledger accounts to be used while accounting a set of bank and payment transactions for a given accounting schema and financial account.

Those transactions are:

Bank revaluation gain: .....etc..

I also agree with this. Changed. --Javifrances 11:49, 28 August 2012 (UTC)

In the "General" part I've already changed few things. We should explain when and how a bank revaluation gain and a bank revaluation loss are generated.

Included better explantaion for bank revaluation gain and bank revaluation loss. Not clear these account are used. --Javifrances 15:35, 28 August 2012 (UTC)


Con respecto a Payment In y Payment Out section:

Yo diría que la gestión de cobros/pagos sigue unos pasos o un proceso que va desde la creación del cobro/pago a la reconciliación bancaria de dicho cobro/pago. Ahí pondría un link a Payment Method

In Transit: está cuenta es la que se utilizaria al contabilizar la primera fase del proceso que es el cobro o el pago en las ventanas payment in/payment out, respectivamente. Para ello el payment method utilizado debería tener una cuenta definida en los campos "Upon Receipt use" or "Upon Payment Use".

Deposit: está cuenta es la que se utilizaría si se quiere contabilizar la segunda fase del proceso que es la transacción de "Deposit" en la Financial Account, para ello el payment method utilizado debería tener una cuenta definida en "Upon Deposit Use".

Cleared: está es la del tercer paso que es la reconciliciaón del pago/cobro..lo mismo...

(así con todos)...

Included changes accordint to the last comments. --Javifrances 15:35, 28 August 2012 (UTC)

New feedback: just before the image I do not 100% agree with this sentece:

"Depending on the accounts you define, the accounting post result will be different"

The accounting process is defined in the payment method, here we are only allocating the accounts to be used in any step.

What it is right is what you keep saying "If any of the fields is null...".

As a summary I've removed the sentece: "Depending on the accounts you define, the accounting post result will be different" and put in context which accounts are mandatory, which ones not (depending on if we are talking about a bank financial account and a cash financial account) .

--Psanjuan 14:16, 29 August 2012 (UTC)


New Feedback: I've added more detailed information regarding Bank Revaluation Gain and Bank Revaluation Loss accounts. Please take a look.

--Psanjuan 09:36, 30 August 2012 (UTC)


New Feedback: I've added an example of bank statement posting

--Psanjuan 10:15, 30 August 2012 (UTC)

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