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Assigned To: Brandon Moore
Created By: Brandon Moore
Created Date/Time: 1/8/2024 4:21 pm
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Title/Caption: Review video and work with Cory
Start Date/Time: 1/10/2024 3:15 pm
End Date/Time: 1/10/2024 5:30 pm
Main Status: Active

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Three different meetings. First, I jumped on a meeting with Eric to look over some tip stuff. We ran an update on data 11. We also looked at a CFC (code and database queries) and I made some suggestions. Something was erroring out with invoices and combined tip amounts.


Met with Cory for a bit to go over a new quote for Kelly. She really wants a new report format for both the balance sheet and the P&L (income statement). Her end goal is to get us closer to a consolidated report that she could mix and blend corporations and financials. She is calling it a chart of accounts report. That's kinda what it is, but we'll just go with it for now. We went over a video that Cory and Kelly recorded a few days ago. I took some notes. It was a pretty good video and really explained well what she was looking for. Her main goal was visibility and exportability.

Here are my notes: The video does a great job but Cory has that.

- kelly wants all existing columns in a full grid...

- combined view system generated and user-maintained items

- going clear back to the top level groupings

- they want to see destination, groupings, types, accounts, etc.

- visibility

- all three parts (bsi, p&l, expense types, deposit types, bsi types)

- destination, category, group, sub group, account/type (item name), system generated or user-maintained, drill-down - show everything

- they want chart of account numbers

- need balance sheet numbers

- show active and inactive

- show sort order

- working toward a consolidated report - multi corp - enterprise

- corp id and corp name


At the end of the day, I was helping Bryan with some code. He needed something merged and pushed up to a server. We did and then tested. We ended up rolling it back. He will look deeper and we'll push it up later on. It was for a custom report and needed to be tested with actual live data.