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Old March 27th, 2006, 10:47 PM
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I am designing an accounting application. My company used peachtree accounting package till last year. That is not fully functional for our transactions. So, my boss asked me to design according to our own requirements and most of the data is available from my program(already functional in the production, payroll). I have some doubts how to implement the transactions. Can anyone give suggessions?
here is my question and the account id's we had.


sorry, it was a big content. But i want to clearly explain my intention.

thanks in advance

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You could just setup a transaction table in your database and set a flag if it was a Debit or a Credit against your books. You UI would have all the pertient data (Billing Code, Staff ID, Amount, etc) and then a check box for either Accounts Recieveable or Accounts Payable. Hope this helps

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