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  • Showing multiple linked transactions

    How do you show multiple linked transactions? We create sales orders, and then use the sales order to create invoices and purchase orders. When I run a report using Salesorderlinkedtxn, it only shows invoices as a linked transaction. How do I show both invoices and purchase orders that were created from the sales order?

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    Re: Showing multiple linked transactions

    In QuickBooks on the Sales Order screen press the History button.

    Do you see the Purchase Orders on that list?
    Al Buchholz
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      Re: Showing multiple linked transactions

      Interesting. No, I don't. Only the invoice is listed in history. The sales order is referenced on the memo line of the PO. I should be able to work with that using some Excel functions.

      I am trying to link PO's and invoices to use in a Prepaid Expenses report, and in calculating sales commissions based on gross profit. If I can link the PO to the sales order transaction number, and the invoice to the sales order transaction number, then I can match PO's to their respective invoices.

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        Re: Showing multiple linked transactions

        Originally posted by MGrasso View Post
        If I can link the PO to the sales order transaction number, and the invoice to the sales order transaction number, then I can match PO's to their respective invoices.
        Link the SalesOrder table to the PurchaseOrder table by using left(memo,20) to refnumber
        Use the SalesOrderLinkedTxn table to get SalesOrders to Invoices.

        What's excel?
        Al Buchholz
        Bookwood Systems, LTD
        Weekly QReportBuilder Webinars Thursday 1 pm CST

        Occam's Razor - KISS
        Normalize till it hurts - De-normalize till it works.
        Advice offered and questions asked in the spirit of learning how to fish is better than someone giving you a fish.
        When we triage a problem it is much easier to read sample systems than to read a mind.
        "Make it as simple as possible, but not simpler."
        Albert Einstein

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          Re: Showing multiple linked transactions

          Originally posted by Al Buchholz View Post
          What's excel?
          The convoluted process I fall back on when I haven't figured out QRB.

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          • #6
            Re: Showing multiple linked transactions

            I've created a report that shows all purchase orders and their associated invoices and bills using these tables
            POLinkedTxns.JPG

            I want to create the same report, but it needs to show all bills (instead of all PO's) with their associated invoices.

            In QB, bills are linked to PO's through the history button. PO's are linked to sales orders through the PO memo line. Invoices are linked to sales orders through the sales order history button.

            I've tried various combinations of tables and only managed to get completely frustrated, usually getting the message "Warning: Field object references a nonexistent field."

            Any suggestion about how to link the tables to show all bills and their related invoices?

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            • #7
              Re: Showing multiple linked transactions

              I am still struggling with this, and want to try another approach. Is there a way to use a QRB report as a table to create a new report? QRB reports are not available in the Add Table feature. How do I turn a QRB report into a table?

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                Re: Showing multiple linked transactions

                Originally posted by MGrasso View Post
                I am still struggling with this, and want to try another approach. Is there a way to use a QRB report as a table to create a new report? QRB reports are not available in the Add Table feature. How do I turn a QRB report into a table?
                We may have a webinar today.( had eyelid surgery yesterday - might be able to see by then) That would be a good place to discuss this.
                Al Buchholz
                Bookwood Systems, LTD
                Weekly QReportBuilder Webinars Thursday 1 pm CST

                Occam's Razor - KISS
                Normalize till it hurts - De-normalize till it works.
                Advice offered and questions asked in the spirit of learning how to fish is better than someone giving you a fish.
                When we triage a problem it is much easier to read sample systems than to read a mind.
                "Make it as simple as possible, but not simpler."
                Albert Einstein

                http://www.iadn.com/images/media/iadn_member.png

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