Cost-Center/Dimensional Trial-Balance and Other Reports
Improved Financial Reporting in ERPNext
Exact Cost Valuation Method
But honestly, all of these are worthy and seem like meaningful features to add. I have two contributions I’ve been working on that I’d like to add as well: a book-to-bank style bank reconciliation alongside the existing one and the non-depreciable asset additions. I need to re-read the contribution guidelines and probably get some help on this; @tundebabzy was great about dealing with my newness and general disorganization.
Cost-Center (Dimensional) Trial Balance and Other Financial Reports https://github.com/frappe/erpnext/issues/12596
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Youtube video demo of Sage Intacct, if someone can interpret the video in context to ERPNext along with screens on the issue. It will be good candidate with clear specifications if there are screenshots. I think it will be difficult for developers to play back and forth through video many times.
Here’s the Bank Reconciliation improvements (well, I think they’re improvements but they don’t change anything for the folks doing it now, as-is. I’m looking for some help understanding why the SQL lookup is being weird.
@spoojary (sorry if I’m tagging the wrong person - github handle is sathishpy), are you working on #1? I’d like to help, please DM me so we can collaborate. If you’re close, I’ll move on to another one of these.
Yes, I have already submitted the pull request for (1). There are some fixes I have made in my local repository, which I will push by weekend. Btw, I have explained all the details in github issue, and it doesn’t cover updating clearance date. Perhaps that is not needed in this model as we are getting the transactions directly from the bank statement.
Oh cool! Clearance data should be updated because it’s reliable information coming from an imported bank statement. Is this an enhancement I can help you with? I’ve been working on this recently with the manual bank reconciliation.
I really like your architecture, by the way. Excellent work.