Service Allocation Journals are optimized for recording and posting service allocations. You can credit any Cost Dimension using a Cost Type and thus debit any Cost Dimension using a Cost Type.
Via the Import actions, postings that have been prepared externally in Excel, for example, can be imported directly into the journal.
The Cost Type (and thus also the Unit of Measure Code) can be suggested via the Work Type.
Specifies the total amount that the journal line consists of.
Specifies the reason code, a supplementary source code that enables you to trace the entries.
Specifies the entry as a corrective entry. You can use the field if you need to post a corrective entry to a cost type.
Specifies the line number.
Recurring Journals, Placeholders
In the Document No. and Description fields, placeholders can be used for recurring journals, which are automatically determined each time the journal is posted.
Example: If you want the entry description to be "Billing + number of current month", enter "Billing %3" in the field.
The following placeholders are available:
Finalize and prepare to print the journal. The values and quantities are posted to the cost dimensions. A report request window opens where you can specify what to include on the print-out.
View a test report so that you can find and correct any errors before you perform the actual posting of the journal.
Credit Cost Entries
View the history of transactions that have been posted for the Credit Cost Type.
Debit Cost Entries
View the history of transactions that have been posted for the Debit Cost Type.
Extended Column View
Click on the action to switch to the extended or reduced column view.
In the journals of NCCA Cost Accounting some fields and actions (depending on e.g. the setting in the journal name or the Cost Accounting Setup) are automatically displayed or hidden. In addition, this action gives you the option to choose a simpler display or to show only the most important fields. Fields such as Work Type, Quantity and Unit of Measure Code are hidden in the simpler display.
The settings are saved for each user and journal.