The Source Cross Reference Report details all transactions for a specified period by source code.
Under each source, the G/L account number, description, transaction date, debit and/or credit amount, and reference are listed for each transaction.
Source codes are used to allow easy reference to original journals, registers, etc.
All automatic reversing transactions will be under source code Accrue. The Source Cross Reference Report will detail all transactions under this code. This will allow you to easily verify that all entries are properly reversed in the subsequent period.
All compressed transactions will be under source code COMP (unless the option to compress by source within date, or source within period, was selected for an account, in which case the original sources will be retained).
If journal history totals are not being used, transactions that were entered automatically using the Interface From Other Packages application will have a source code depending upon the originating package: ARIN (Accounts Receivable), APIN (Accounts Payable), PRIN (Payroll), JCIN (Job Costing), IMIN (Inventory Maintenance), ADIN and (Assets & Depreciation).
If journal history totals are being used, the original source journal code will be maintained from each posting and list all transactions under each posting journal.
Transactions for Balance Sheet accounts resulting from running the Year‑End Procedure application will have the source code
BBF (for balance brought forward).
Select Source Cross Reference from the pull down G/L Reports window. The following screen will then be displayed:
Source Cross Reference Report Entry Screen
The following options are available:
* Select the desired mode from the Source Cross Reference menu bar
* Enter the data requested on the screen
To return to the menu bar, press the ESC or F10 key. To leave this application, press X for EXIT when positioned at the menu bar.
Entry Field Descriptions
Source Cross Reference Report